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    I am trying to find out what the conversion of 100 ci is in ci. I have a motorcycle that has a 100 ci engine and need to know how many cc it is. I know that a 1200 cc engine is a 74 ci.

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    Re: cc's to ci's

    cc stands for cubic centimeter and ci stands for cubic inches. You can convert between them on the Volume Conversion page here:
    http://www.onlineconversion.com/volume.htm

    100 cubic inch = 1638.7 cubic centimeter

    Thats about 1640 cc

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    • #3
      Re: cc's to ci's

      Originally posted by ironmike879
      I am trying to find out what the conversion of 100 ci is in ci. I have a motorcycle that has a 100 ci engine and need to know how many cc it is. I know that a 1200 cc engine is a 74 ci.
      Answer. 1000cc

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      • #4
        Re: cc's to ci's

        Originally posted by Unregistered
        Answer
        I misread question the answer is... 1638cc

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        • #5
          Re: cc's to ci's

          your motor cycle has a vw bug engine in it? and btw ive never seen a bike with the size in ci its always cc

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          • #6
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            hey whats 2997 cc's to ci's???

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            • #7
              Re: cc's to ci's

              Originally posted by Renzo
              hey whats 2997 cc's to ci's???
              2997 cubic centimeters = 183 cubic inch

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              • #8
                Re: cc's to ci's

                Originally posted by Unregistered
                your motor cycle has a vw bug engine in it? and btw ive never seen a bike with the size in ci its always cc
                Ever see a Harley?

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                • #9
                  Re: cc's to ci's

                  Originally posted by Unregistered
                  your motor cycle has a vw bug engine in it? and btw ive never seen a bike with the size in ci its always cc
                  look at a harley or a Suzuki...all Cubic inch

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                  • #10
                    Re: cc's to ci's

                    Originally posted by Unregistered
                    your motor cycle has a vw bug engine in it? and btw ive never seen a bike with the size in ci its always cc
                    Guess you've never heard of a Harley 45 / 61 / 74 / 80.
                    Must have been before your time.

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                    • #11
                      Re: cc's to ci's

                      How do you find out how many cc's a motor is?
                      I have this really nice weed wacker motor but i dont know how many cc's or ci's it is.

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                      • #12
                        Re: cc's to ci's

                        Electric motors wont have a volume size, only internal combustion engines.

                        The cc or ci measurement is actually the volume of the cylinders.

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                        • #13
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                          how many cc's is 40ci

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                          • #14
                            Re: cc's to ci's

                            Originally posted by Unregistered
                            how many cc's is 40ci
                            Around 655.5.

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                            • #15
                              Re: cc's to ci's

                              To calculate engine displacement or volume...

                              To calculate your engines displacement use this formula:
                              Piston Displacement = π x (radius)2 x stroke x number of cylinders

                              π = 3.14

                              radius = bore/2

                              stroke = the distance from TDC to BDC

                              number of cylinders = the number of cylinders in the engine



                              Here is an Example:

                              This engine has: Bore= 80mm

                              Stroke = 90mm

                              Number of Cylinders = 1

                              Radius = Bore/2

                              = 80 2

                              = 40mm



                              Piston Displacement = π x (radius)2 x stroke x number of cylinders

                              = 3.14 x (40)2 x 90 x 1

                              = 3.14 x 1600mm x 90 x 1

                              = 452 160 mm3

                              You will notice that you answer is in mm3 . Engines are usually give a size of displacement in cm3 or commonly referred to as CC's. To convert your answer to CC's, divide your answer by 1000. In this example, you would have 452 160mm3 1000 giving you an answer of 452.16 cm3 or 452.16 cc. This engine has a displacement of 452.16 cm3 or 452.16 cc.



                              Often larger engines have their displacements measured in litres. To get this measurement, divide you answer that is in cm3 or cc's by 1000. In this example, you would have 452.16cm3 1000 giving you an answer of 0.452 Litre or 0.452 L. This engine has a displacement of 0.452 Litres or 0.452 L.





                              Here is One More Example:

                              This engine has: Bore= 87.5 mm

                              Stroke = 91.4 mm

                              Number of Cylinders = 2

                              Radius = Bore/2

                              = 87.5 2

                              = 43.75 mm



                              Piston Displacement = π x (radius)2 x stroke x number of cylinders

                              = 3.14 x (43.75)2 x 91.4 x 2

                              = 3.14 x 1914mm x 91.4 x 2

                              = 1 098 656.5 mm3 or

                              = 1099 cm3 or

                              = 1.100 litres (L)

                              This engine is a 1.100 litre two cylinder engine.

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