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2008-05-19 20:48:36
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5.3 L is 323.4271 cu in


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CC is the metric displacement value of the total engine cylinder volume. For example: American engines measure this in cubic inches, so an old 350 cubic inch small block translates to 5.7Litre. The conversion is basically 61.4 cubic inches of displacement = 1Litre.

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Cubic inch or cubic centimeters are used as a measurement of the total combustion area displacement of the vehicles engine.Displacement is how engine size is determined.

Horsepower is a measure of power. Typically it is used to rate motors and engine power capability. Cubic inches is a measure of volume. From the context, this most likely refers to engine displacement (sum of all cylinder displacements). There are other factors than just displacement that determine a particular engine's horsepower capability, however.

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