There are 15-17 cc per horsepower, your engine has about 200 horsepower.
cc is the actual size of the engine. It could be a 1200 cc engine that might put out around 90 h.p.
Not really sure what your asking here but cc's like horse power determines the amount of power your engine produces. The larger the number the more power.
you can convert cubic inches to cc's but not horse power. an engine with say 65 cc's can have different amounts of horse power depending on carberation, pistons, valves etc. etc. etc. but my 65 cc engine does have 1.89 hp if that helps.
Honda gets about 11HP out of their OPE engine.
225 cc is 7.5 hp power may little over 10.3 hp
You can't just have a certain amount of CC's in a horsepower. Theres too many variables as Horse power is " Power from the engine " and CC is actually how much the engine is putting out. It's hard to explain but dont bother to keep trying to look for the awnser.
CC (cubic centimeter) is a measurement of displacement used to identify the size of the combustion chambers in an engine. HP (horse power) is a measurement of power the engine can produce. CC and HP are not the same.
2200 cc's. Relates to the engine size of automobiles.