Q: How many ccs in a 124 inch motor?

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A few tricks, first and foremost to get the specific answer with the specific given information of 88 Cubic Inches -A cubic inch is 16.387064 cubic centimeters, (CC)- you multiply 16.387064 x 88(your Cubic Inches of motor) = 1442.061632 (CCs) Or if you know that you have a 1.4 Liter Motor, as according to your factory build OEM Manual, you can take the decimal point to the right three times to equal 1400 (CCs) .... so 1.4(L)=1400(CC)s

33.8140227 do. (rounded)

1500 cc in 1.5 litres

Ccs (cubic centimeters) are a unit of volume, while lbs (pounds) are a unit of weight. The two cannot be compared.

1 milliliters equals 1 cm3. So 1.5 cubic centimeters equals 1.5 milliliters.

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Since each cubic inch is 16.387064 cubic centimeters, you can just multiply 16.387064 x 80 = 1310.96512 (CCs) So Eighty Cubic inches is about 1311 CCs, and yes that's a big motor, about 1.3 Liter. I think I once had a Ford Escort (car) that was powered by a 1.8 Liter motor, but that was a 4 cylinder.

1450

That's equivalent to 213 cc (cubic centimetres)

There are approximately 1582 cubic centimeters.

1403 is the official spec on the 88" engine.

I am not sure - but the engine will say how many CCs it has on it somewhere.

A few tricks, first and foremost to get the specific answer with the specific given information of 110 Cubic Inches -A cubic inch is 16.387064 cubic centimeters, (CC)- you multiply 16.387064 x 110(your Cubic Inches of motor) = 1802.57704 (CCs) Or if you know that you have a 1.8 Liter Motor, as according to your factory build OEM Manual, you can take the decimal point to the right three times to equal 1800 (CCs) .... so 1.8(L)=1800(CC)s

A few tricks, first and foremost to get the specific answer with the specific given information of 93 Cubic Inches -A cubic inch is 16.387064 cubic centimeters, (CC)- you multiply 16.387064 x 93(your Cubic Inches of motor) = 1523.996952 (CCs) Or if you know that you have a 1.8 Liter Motor, as according to your factory build OEM Manual, you can take the decimal point to the right three times to equal 1800 (CCs) .... so 1.5(L)=1500(CC)s

its the cubic centimeters of the engine more ccs the bigger the engine

A few tricks, first and foremost to get the specific answer with the specific given information of 88 Cubic Inches-A cubic inch is 16.387064 cubic centimeters, (CC)-you multiply 16.387064 x 88(your Cubic Inches of motor)= 1442.061632 (CCs)Or if you know that you have a 1.4 Liter Motor, as according to your factory build OEM Manual, you can take the decimal point to the right three times to equal 1400 (CCs) .... so 1.4(L)=1400(CC)s -This is of course not the engineering spec but rather A close estimate usually given to the consumer.

1448 cc for the 88cid 1584 cc for the 96cid 1690 cc for the 103cid 1800 cc for the 110cid

There are approximately 384 cubic centimeters (ccs) in 13 ounces.