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How many cc is 5 hp scooter?

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2012-06-04 21:56:55
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A 5.8 hp scooter is 60 hp.

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Typical new carbureted engine well tuned:1 x HP per each 25 ccso 5 hp would be 125 ccFuel injected:1 x HP per each 22 ccso 5 hp would be 110 cc


16.38 cc=1 cu in. and depends on the effenceny of the motor.Could be from 5 cc to 32 cc per hp.



The 176cc engines are about 5 hp; 160cc =3-4 hp 176 (foreign) 4-5 hp 205cc= 5-7 hp 250cc= 8 hp 350cc=11-13 hp


Horsepower and cc(size of engine) do not relate like that. It could be a slow moving lawnmower engine of 5-6 hp or a highly tuned dirt bike engine of 30 or more hp.



Volume and HP do not have an absolute direct correlation. Between 4 and 5 HP would be a good guess.


This is from movingsnow.com: Here is a simple chart of approximate cc to torque to horsepower conversions. It's not exact, but it will give you a better idea of how big the new engines are. I used 3600 rpm in the formula for this comparison. 179 cc = 5 hp 205 cc = 8 to 9 Gross Torque = 5.5 to 6 hp 250 cc = 11 to 11.5 Gross Torque = 7 to 8 hp 305 cc = 13.5 to 14.5 Gross Torque = 9 to 10 hp 342 cc = 15.5 to 16.5 Gross Torque = 11 to 12 hp



1 mL = 1 cc 5 mL = 5 cc


5 cc = about 1 US teaspoon.


.5 cc That a half of 1 cc


1 cc = 1 ml therefore 5 cc = 5 ml



how many cc make a 5oz


5 US fluid ounces = 147.9 cc


There are 100 units in a CC. 1 CC = 1 mL So, 5 units is 5/100 (1/20, .05) of a CC.


4 cups = 946 cc 5 cups = 1183 cc


Best guess is about 200cc. Little bit more or less depending on engine design. Displacement does not directly translate into HP. Bad best geuss...5.0 =158cc and 190cc is a 6.75hp


30 cc equals 6 tsp. Each tsp is 5 cc.


5 mL: A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are the same measurement.


I currently own and ride a 250 cc scooter and top speed for this unit ( roketa,tank,Apollo,JMStar,Mustang) Honda reflex 250 clone is about 60 mph. I myself am just a little too tall at 5 foot eleven inches to take full advantage of the windscreen and my 357 pound weight has some bearing as well. Usually the formula for horsepower available is equal to cubic inch displacement. I. E. 50cc = 3.3 hp and 100 cc = 6.6 hp. So my 250 cc clone has 16.5 or 16 - 17 horsepower 250 / 50 = 5 x 3.3 = 16.5 . I am currently looking for a 400 cc scooter that would be capable of 90 mph ( 400 / 40 = 8 x 3.3 = 26.4 horsepower. Going backwards a 100 cc scooter would only have 6.6 hp and only do approx 30 - 35 mph with me riding , and my whole intention of going two wheel again is to be enclosed behind an integrated windscreen while saving huge amounts of fuel compared to my 27 mpg thunderbird which has a 3.8 liter v-6 at 231 cubic inches displacement.1000 cc is equal to 67 cubic inches but the industry does play with the numbers to some degree.......................timranmor@yahoo.com....................



CC is equivalent to miiliters so, 3 to 5 cc is the exact same as 3 to 5 cc (FYI: 5cc = 1 teaspoon) :-) CC is equivalent to miiliters so, 3 to 5 cc is the exact same as 3 to 5 milileters (FYI: 5cc = 1 teaspoon) :-)



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