406 cubic inches .
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Figure the volume in cubic inches and divide by 277.4 to get the number of gallons the container will hold. This is A close approximate formular. Convert the gallons to pints or less if it is a small container.
This is a pretty straightforward conversion. One cubic foot is equal to 7.48 gallons (US). If you take the reciprocal of that figure (1 / 7.48), you can determine how many cubic feet are in one gallon: 0.134. That is, one gallon is equal to 0.134 cubic feet. So, one gallon per minute equals 0.134 cubic feet per minute. But you're not done, yet. Since there are 60 seconds in a minute, you must divide that figure by 60 to determine how many cubic feet flow in just one second. 0.134/60 = 0.00223 = 2.23E-3 cubic feet per second. That's a pretty small number to work with. It might be more useful to convert that to cubic inches per second (although you didn't ask for the answer in those units). Since a cubic foot is equal to 1728 cubic inches, you can multiply the answer above by that number: 2.23E-3 x 1728 = 3.85 cubic inches per second (in3/s).
Inches are a units of measure for length. When you use square inches, you have units for area. Area is usually considered length times height. Cubic inches are units of volume, which is length times height times depth for dimensioned drawings. These might also be length times width times depth for something like a swimming pool. If your object or drawing has been dimensioned in units other than inches, and they are still units of measure for length, like feet, yards, centimeters, kilometers, miles, or fathoms, the conversion is done by a process called cancelling the units. This is described pretty well in standardized test prep books (the Kaplan GRE prep book for the math part is an example). Example 1: Object is 25 feet long (length dimension) by 10 feet high (height) by 8 ft wide - maybe it is a cargo container. 25 feet times 12 inches per foot -> 25ft*12in/ft cancels the feet and gives you 25*12 inches, 300 inches for the length 10 feet times 12 inches per foot -> 10ft*12in/ft cancels the feet and gives you 10*12 inches, 120 inches for the height 8 feet times 12 inches per foot -> 8ft*12in/ft cancels the feet and gives you 96 inches for the width. The volume in cubic inches is then 300in*120in*96in This is the same as (25*10*8)cubic feet *(12*12*12)cubic inches per cubic foot. Example 2: A hypodermic syringe holds 3ml. ml is an abbreviation for milliliter, a unit of volume. A milliliter is the same as a cubic centimeter (cc), because the metric system is helpfully standardized on characteristics of water and base 10. Converting cubic centimeters to cubic inches -> cm*.394in/cm so cubic centimeter =(.394in*.394in*.394in) 3cc = 3cc* (.394in*.394in*.394in)/cc Note that this makes a small volume. You check your conversion for dimensioned volumes by noting if you are going from something big to small or the other way. If you start with larger units, when you convert the number will be larger too, because you need more small things to get to the big thing in all directions. If you are going from a smaller unit, like centimeter, to a larger, like inches, you need fewer inches in each direction to make up the same height, width, length or volume. I invite someone to rephrase this, especially the last paragraph.
406 cubic inches .
If my math is correct , almost 293 cubic inches ( using a 4 inch bore that is bored out .030 and a 2.87 inch stroke )
If my math is correct , almost 410 cubic inches ( using a 4 inch bore and a 4 inch stroke that has been bored out .040 )
If my math is correct : using a 4 inch bore and a 3.48 inch stroke , with the cylinders bored .060 , just over ( 360 cubic inches )
BIG BLOCK OR SMALL BLOCK DOES NOT DEPEND ON CUBIC INCHES . IT IS THE DESIGN OF THE BLOCK ITS SELF.
The 390 Ford motor is an FE block and was made as a Big Block only. The small block or Windsor motor could be bored and stroked to have 390+ cubic inches. To build a stroker motor you have to do extensive machine work and parts matching. That process usually involves large amounts of money.
6 degrees advanced, or BTDC.