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    cid calculator

    Hey guys what is the formula for finding cid, I cant find my notes.

    Andrew

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    That would be:

    ((bore x bore)/4) x (3.14159) x (stroke) x (# of cylinders) = cu in



    Bill M

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    for a v-8 engine, I use BoreXboreXstrokeX6.28
    ie 4x4x3.48x6.28=349.67

    for any other than v8 use Bore X Bore X stroke X .785 X #of cylinders
    Ed

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    hey go to www.kb-silvolite.com they have great calculators online quick to use. later

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    Quote Originally Posted by us7race
    http://www.wallaceracing.com/cid.php
    us7race that is one good URL, it has caculators for every thing.Thanks for this post.

    Zip.

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    No Problem.


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