the only sure way is to remove the cylinder head and measure the diameter of the piston cylinder muliplied by the length of the piston stroke(how far it travels from bottom to top) this will give you the cubic inch (or cubic centimeters depending what country your are in) of ONE cylinder multiply that by the number of cylinders to give the total engine displacment (Size).
Depends on engine size, but the average is about 5 quarts when the oil filter is changed.
Gonna need to know what size engine and what year.
Absolutely. You will need to know the make/model and engine size of the car in question.
If you mean your car has a big engine but your car isn't going as fast as you know the car can with that size of engine. If that's what your thinking of than your car probably has a chip wich is limmitin your speed.
2.4 liters is the size of the Formula one Engine.
How much horsepower in a 2.2 liter car engine?
In the car's manual.
Year of car? Make of Car? Engine size?
every 2 to 7 years
Give us the year, make, model and engine size, you may not even have a carburetor.
yes but will need to know the year, make and engine size.
Really have top know the year,engine size,etc to answer this.
no engine will have to be removed
Your car engine will stop.
The normal size is c.i
140 cid (cubic inch displacement) is the size of the engine.
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Yes, such kits do exist but there is alot to consider. There are several things you have to know about your engine before you buy a turbo. Check and see what engine size and model your car has, and then look up to see if turbo kits exist in that engine size. If you install yourself, make sure you don't overboost your engine and blow it.
depends on car. give me a year make and model and engine size (give me vin number if you dont know.) and i can help
Many factors determine the fuel consumption of any car and engine size is one of them. The size, weight, aerodynamics, and how it is driven are of utmost importance. Without knowing the make, model, and year of the car, and just going by engine size it is impossible to answer this question intelligently.
Well it depends on the type of car. Hope I helped!
That would usually denote the engine size as being 3.1 litres.
600cc petrol or 800cc diesel