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Old 05-24-2000, 09:52 AM
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Does anyone know the Formula to calculate cc's of a motor? I got the formula to calculate CID 3.1415 x (borex2) x stroke x # of cylenders.
Don't know how to convert Cubic Inch to Cubic Centemeters either.
I am trying to figure the exact CC's of my banshee which is bored over 1.75mm the stock bore is 64.0 mm and stock stroke is 54.0 mm


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Old 05-24-2000, 07:03 PM
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Default Re: What is the Formula for CC\'s

The formula I use is Bore squared times .7854 times stroke times # of cylinders. As for conversion, 1cu inch=16.387cc, 1cc=.06102 cu inch.

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Old 05-25-2000, 12:10 PM
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dude I used your formula and it dont calculate to anything close to what I have I have 366.63 cc's on a banshee but, I want the formula to fugure this out myself
for example my measurements and your formula are as fallows

Bore squared x .7854 x stroke x # of cylenders
65.75x2 = 131.5 x .7854 x 54.00 x 2 = 11154.2508

did I do the formula wronge or what???

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Default Re: What is the Formula for CC\'s

OK, here is how this works...

Bore squared x .7854 x stroke x # of cylinders
(65.75*65.75)*0.7854*54.00*2=366695.98
(4323.0625)*54.00*2=
(233445.37)*2=
366695.98

However, this is not completely accurate because you will need to know ur head volume. I am assuming the .7854 is the average head volume, but will not give accurate numbers...



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Old 05-25-2000, 08:16 PM
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Airborn,
Head volume is not used in calculation of displacement, only for compression ratio.
The actual formula for area of a circle is pi R squared (3.14 x radius squared). I use the equivalent formula bore squared x .7854 so I don't have to divide bore by 2 to get the radius. Either of the above formulas will give you the cross sectional area of the cylinder. Then multiply by stroke x # of cylinders to get displacement.
Then for compression ratio, use the formula (displacement head volume)/head volume.

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Old 05-26-2000, 09:19 AM
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Well then I guess I stand corrected.

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