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What cubic engine is equal to 5.3 liter?

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2009-05-22 21:57:54
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If you assume that 1 liter = 61.01 cubic inches, then a 5.3 liter engine displaces 323.353 cubic inches.

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The volume is equal to 53 or 125 cubic inches.


2.0 liter engine: 13.2 gal/50 liters --- 2.3 liter engine: 14.0 gal/53 liters





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That engine has 2 of them on it and there both are underneith the intake manifold. You can not see are get to them untill you remove the intake.


It is: 1*53 = 53 because it is a prime number


no whole numbers multiply to 53 except 1 and 53. 53 is prime



Be more specific. 53% is one possibility.


No, 53 and 636 are different numbers, so 53 inches and 636 inches are very different.However, 53 feet is equal to 636 inches.


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Trick question? Answer is 53.



73 multiplied by 53 is 3,869.


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12,240 cubic inches equates to about 53 (52.987013) US gallons.



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