If the cylinders were bored .10 inch over, calculate the new resulting engine displacement?

6 Answers

  • Karl G
    1 month ago

    Cubic Inches, Per Cylinder = Bore x Bore x Stroke x 0.7854

    Multiply that by the number of cylinders.

    Here’s how it looks for a Chevy 350:

    4 x 4 x 3.48 x 0.7854 = 43.73 cubic inches per cylinder

    43.73 x 8 = 349.84

  • Lab
    1 month ago

    First, we need the number of cylinders, the year, make, model and engine size or this question cannot be answered.

    By the way, 10 thousand over will not change the displacement much. It will, however, increase combustion pressure, if your valve train is in good shape.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Ha ha, what was the original displacement?

    What is the stroke length?

    How many cylinders?

    …on most engines, boring an additional .10 inches, the result will be a busted head because of thin cylinder walls!

  • Country Boy
    1 month ago

    The formula for finding the area of any cylinder is pi = 3.14 x diameter squared x stroke x number of cylinders.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    100 thou is to much to rebore an automobile engine and you havent given details of original bore size—perhaps you mean 10 thou

  • ca.alert
    1 month ago

    standard re-bore on most motors to get complete piston wall clean up is .030 (thirty thousandths)

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