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    Having a blond day already, how do I convert Cubic Inches to C.C. re: engine size.

    Any help appreciated please :?

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    Default Re: Power Conversion

    1 cubic centimeters = 0.0610237441 cubic inches

    1 cubic inches = 16.387064 cubic centimeters

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    Cheers Lee.








    I knew that really...................... :oops:

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    Download this and keep it on your desktop. I've not yet seen an engineers computer without this on it!

    http://joshmadison.com/software/convert/

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