what does it mean when we say a "3.2-liter engine" ???

Yousef Herzallah

Asked by May 21, 2009 at 02:59 PM

Question type: General

what does it mean if there is a 6.2 liter engine ????
6.2 liter of what??
and where does it go ??
please answer me

1 Answer

Adam Morgan

It's the 'swept-displacement' of the engine. It's the volume that the surface of a piston travels through during a single revolution times the number of cylinders... (# cylinders) * (stroke) * (pi) * (bore /2)^2= displacement

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