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Assuming dimensions in inches. Using pi = 3.1416 Cylinder radius = 4.5 / 2 = 2.25 > Engine Capacity = pi * r * r * l * 4 So > 3.1416 * 2.25 * 2.25 * 4.5 * 4 = 286.2783 cubic inches ( 4691.261 cu cm )

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It should take around $0.94 but don't take my word on it and mail it out just yet. Use this pricing calculator to adjust to your specific needs: http://postcalc.usps.gov/default.aspx?Mode=Intl_Single&CID=10009&M=1

1 = I 2 = II 3 = III 4 = IV 5 = V 6 = VI 7 = VII 8 = VIII 9 = IX 10 = X 11 = XI 12 = XII 13 = XIII 14 = XIV 15 = XV 16 = XVI 17 = XVII 18 = XVIII 19 = XIX 20 = XX 21 = XXI 22 = XXII 23 = XXIII 24 = XXIV 25 = XXV 26 = XXVI 27 = XXVII 28 = XXVIII 29 = XXIX 30 = XXX 31 = XXXI 32 = XXXII 33 = XXXIII 34 = XXXIV 35 = XXXV 36 = XXXVI 37 = XXXVII 38 = XXXVIII 39 = XXXIX 40 = XXXX 41 = XXXXI 42 = XXXXII 43 = XXXXIII 44 = XXXXIV 45 = XXXXV 46 = XXXXVI 47 = XXXXVII 48 = XXXXVIII 49 = ID 50 = D 51 = DI 52 = DII 53 = DIII 54 = DIV 55 = DV 56 = DVI 57 = DVII 58 = DVIII 59 = DIX 60 = DX 61 = DXI 62 = DXII 63 = DXIII 64 = DXIV 65 = DXV 66 = DXVI 67 = DXVII 68 = DXVIII 69 = DXIX 70 = DXX 71 = DXXI 72 = DXXII 73 = DXXIII 74 = DXXIV 75 = DXXV 76 = DXXVI 77 = DXXVII 78 = DXXVIII 79 = DXXIX 80 = DXXX 81 = DXXXI 82 = DXXXII 83 = DXXXIII 84 = DXXXIV 85 = DXXXV 86 = DXXXVI 87 = DXXXVII 88 = DXXXVIII 89 = DXXXIX 90 = XC 91 = XCI 92 = XCII 93 = XCIII 94 = XCIV 95 = XCV 96 = XCVI 97 = XCVII 98 = XCVIII 99 = XCIX 100 = C 101 = CI 102 = ICI 103 = ICII 104 = CIV 105 = CV 106 = CVI 107 = CVII 108 = CVIII 109 = CIX 110 = CX 111 = CXI 112 = CXII 113 = CXIII 114 = CXIV 115 = CXV 116 = CXVI 117 = CXVII 118 = CXVIII 119 = CXIX 120 = CXX 121 = CXXI 122 = CXXII 123 = CXXIII 124 = CXXIV 125 = CXXV 126 = CXXVI 127 = CXXVII 128 = CXXVIII 129 = CXXIX 130 = CXXX 131 = CXXXI 132 = CXXXII 133 = CXXXIII 134 = CXXXIV 135 = CXXXV 136 = CXXXVI 137 = CXXXVII 138 = CXXXVIII 139 = CXXXIX 140 = CXXXX 141 = CXXXXI 142 = CXXXXII 143 = CXXXXIII 144 = CXXXXIV 145 = CXXXXV 146 = CXXXXVI 147 = CXXXXVII 148 = CXXXXVIII 149 = CID 150 = CD 151 = CDI 152 = CDII 153 = CDIII 154 = CDIV 155 = CDV 156 = CDVI 157 = CDVII 158 = CDVIII 159 = CDIX 160 = CDX 161 = CDXI 162 = CDXII 163 = CDXIII 164 = CDXIV 165 = CDXV 166 = CDXVI 167 = CDXVII 168 = CDXVIII 169 = CDXIX 170 = CDXX 171 = CDXXI 172 = CDXXII 173 = CDXXIII 174 = CDXXIV 175 = CDXXV 176 = CDXXVI 177 = CDXXVII 178 = CDXXVIII 179 = CDXXIX 180 = CDXXX 181 = CDXXXI 182 = CDXXXII 183 = CDXXXIII 184 = CDXXXIV 185 = CDXXXV 186 = CDXXXVI 187 = CDXXXVII 188 = CDXXXVIII 189 = CDXXXIX 190 = CXC 191 = CXCI 192 = CXCII 193 = CXCIII 194 = CXCIV 195 = CXCV 196 = CXCVI 197 = CXCVII 198 = CXCVIII 199 = CXCIX 200 = CC 201 = CCI 202 = CCII 203 = CCIII 204 = CCIV 205 = CCV 206 = CCVI 207 = CCVII 208 = CCVIII 209 = CCIX 210 = CCX 211 = CCXI 212 = CCXII 213 = CCXIII 214 = CCXIV 215 = CCXV 216 = CCXVI 217 = CCXVII 218 = CCXVIII 219 = CCXIX 220 = CCXX 221 = CCXXI 222 = CCXXII 223 = CCXXIII 224 = CCXXIV 225 = CCXXV 226 = CCXXVI 227 = CCXXVII 228 = CCXXVIII 229 = CCXXIX 230 = CCXXX 231 = CCXXXI 232 = CCXXXII 233 = CCXXXIII 234 = CCXXXIV 235 = CCXXXV 236 = CCXXXVI 237 = CCXXXVII 238 = CCXXXVIII 239 = CCXXXIX 240 = CCXXXX 241 = CCXXXXI 242 = CCXXXXII 243 = CCXXXXIII 244 = CCXXXXIV 245 = CCXXXXV 246 = CCXXXXVI 247 = CCXXXXVII 248 = CCXXXXVIII 249 = CCID 250 = CCD 251 = CCDI 252 = CCDII 253 = CCDIII 254 = CCDIV 255 = CCDV 256 = CCDVI 257 = CCDVII 258 = CCDVIII 259 = CCDIX 260 = CCDX 261 = CCDXI 262 = CCDXII 263 = CCDXIII 264 = CCDXIV 265 = CCDXV 266 = CCDXVI 267 = CCDXVII 268 = CCDXVIII 269 = CCDXIX 270 = CCDXX 271 = CCDXXI 272 = CCDXXII 273 = CCDXXIII 274 = CCDXXIV 275 = CCDXXV 276 = CCDXXVI 277 = CCDXXVII 278 = CCDXXVIII 279 = CCDXXIX 280 = CCDXXX 281 = CCDXXXI 282 = CCDXXXII 283 = CCDXXXIII 284 = CCDXXXIV 285 = CCDXXXV 286 = CCDXXXVI 287 = CCDXXXVII 288 = CCDXXXVIII 289 = CCDXXXIX 290 = CCXC 291 = CCXCI 292 = CCXCII 293 = CCXCIII 294 = CCXCIV 295 = CCXCV 296 = CCXCVI 297 = CCXCVII 298 = CCXCVIII 299 = CCXCIX 300 = CCC

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