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How many cc does it take to make one horsepower?

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"CC" stands for cubic centimeter, as in building a box 1 centimeter wide, 1 centimeter deep and 1 centimeter high. That is a measurement of area.  "Horsepower" is a measurement of force, as in the force needed to raise a one pound object one foot in the air in one second. The two measurements have no relation to each other. So, no amount of cc’s can make a horsepower 

Typical new carbureted engine well tuned:

1 x HP per each 25 cc

Fuel injected:

1 x HP per each 22 cc

(Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/CC_TO_HP_conversion_table)

Hope this helps.

Frank Dassau

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