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Old 06-05-2006, 03:12 AM
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Roughly 250 HP on 3500 CC Skyline. Alot of factors can make that number different though. Like where the torque is....Shaft or Rear Wheel, and it can also depend on the tune....it can go up or down drastically. Ford Mustangs are roughly 193 HP at around 3800cc's. But you can add a chip, better exhaust, turbo, or supercharger, still have 3800cc's and run your HP up to 750 R.W. HP.

But again, it's a rough estimate if that is what you want.
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Im having trouble finding a site that can convert CC into horsepower. I was wondering if you knew how to change 246 cc into h/p somehow.
4000 cc convert to horsepower
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how to find difference between cc and hp like 100cc = to how much hp i want to know plz anyone tell me .
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Default Re: How to covert CC to horsepower

There is no conversion. It depends on too many factors to directly convert between engine volume size and horsepower.

If its a new engine, you should have no problem finding the rated horsepower and volume information online from the manufacturer. Otherwise you would need to take the engine to a shop and have it measured.
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Anyone who says they can convert volume to power has no idea what they are talking about. These are not just different units, they are measurements of completely different things. It's like asking how to convert 5 minutes into a certain volume of elephant dung. Yeah, sure, elephant dung can be shoveled over a period of five minutes, but you can't convert one to the other. Any given 5.7 liter V8, for example, makes different amounts of power depending on the throttle position and the revolutions per minute, ect. And that's not to mention that some 5.7L engines will make a maximum of less than 200hp and others will make well over 2000hp. The idea that a given displacement would have a certain set amount of power that it would create is absolutely rediculous.
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I have a stock 460 in my 78 f150. Could you tell me what the horsepower is?
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I found some information on old Ford engines here:
http://www.answers.com/topic/ford-f-series
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CC's and Horsepower are like apples and oranges. CC's are a unit of volume and horsepower is a calculation of work load. Only a dyno would be able to tell how much horsepower a given displacement will/would make.
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Default Re: How to covert CC to horsepower

Yeah, but it doesn't really matter how many times someone says that, as people will continue to ask.

Funny how you used the apples to oranges comparison. That's what I based the OnlineConversion.com logo off of.
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you divide the 246cc by 15!!!
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