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I was asked what the cubic inch displacement is on the 4.6 L engine in my 07 GT, and I suddenly realized, I have no clue how to do the conversion.
I guessed, since a 5.0 is around 305 cubes, and said about 300.
Anyone know for sure?
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61.02 cubic inches = 1 Liter based on bore and stroke.
260 = 4.261
281 = 4.605 referred to as 4.6L
289 = 4.736
302 = 4.949 referred to as 5.0L
351 = 5.752 referred to as 5.7L
352 = 5.769
390 = 6.391
400 = 6.555
427 = 6.998 referred to as 7L
428 = 7.014
429 = 7.030
460 = 7.539
Last edited by HB94GT; 05-16-2010 at 10:50 AM.
I like how people ask me waht the 281 badges on my car stand for and I tell them its the engine displacement and they then ask me if i feel regret about not getting the V8.
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