I suggest you use the meter.
That would be different from bike to bike. Get a vernier caliper and measure it.
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You would use kilograms rather than milligrams to use a bike. To measure with milligrams, it would be a very big number. 1,000 milligrams = 1 gram 1,000 grams = 1 kilogram To get pounds, multiply the number of kilograms by 2.2. Example: A bike weighs 5 kilograms. The bike weighs 11 pounds. If a bike weighs 5 kilograms, multiply by 1,000,000 to get milligrams because 1 kilogram is 1,000 grams and 1 gram weighs 1,000 milligrams. The bike would weigh 5,000,000 milligrams. This is why you would weigh a bike with kilograms instead of milligrams.
"cc", in discussions of motors, refers to "cubic centemeters" , which is a metric measure of engine displacement. American cars and bikes still refer to "cubic inches" of engine displacement.
cubic centimeter (measure of volume of an engine)The cc of an engine stands for the cubic capacity. Measurement can be stated as metric or imperialcubic centimetre's. it mesures how much the cylinder can hold
A metric odometer measures distance in kilometers. When you ride a bike, vehicle, or scooter and skateboard, you are traveling in kilometers.
You measure a Bicycles mass in KILOGRAMS. You would measure the weight of an APPLE in Grams, and the weight of your brain in milligrams, if you think you would meaure a bike in grams or milligrams.
Check the 30Amp main fuse. If it's a Metric bike it will be on the starter solonoid.
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