Depends What is the size of the bore and stroke and how many cylinders it has.
CC's and horsepower are not related. CC is the size of the combustion chamber in cubic centimeters, or in the American system,in cubic inches. There are 16.387 cc in a ci. -So a 300 CI engine is roughly 4920 cc , or 4.92 litres.
You cannot convert cc to horsepower. cc is a measurement of the size of the engine. In other words cc is the bore x stroke x number of pistons. A 420 cc engine could have 15 h.p., 30 h.p, or any other amount.Displacement doesn't correspond to horsepower. Lot of other factors involved.
49cc to 110cc
It depends on the engine. Horsepower is a measurement of the engines effect. CC the size... It is possible for engines with the same size to have different effects.
Yamaha TTR125 is the best dirt bike. I think it’s a good idea for a beginner to use a dirt bike with low engine power. Yamaha TTR is a perfect mid-size beginner bike; it has a 124 CC engine with four strokes.
Cubic Centimeter, denotes the size of an engine.
The size (height and weight) has nothing to do with the engine size. "cc" is shorthand for cubic centimeter. Displacement measures how many cubic centimeters of the air-fuel mixture moves through one rotation of an engine cycle (each piston moving from top to bottom). For example, if one rotation of the pistons moves 125 cc of the fuel-air mixture through the system, then you have a 125 cc engine.
The model numbers refer to the size of the engine. The RS 50 has a 50 cc engine, the 125 a 125 cc engine. Bigger engines mean bigger bikes.
it depends on the size liike a 125 is going to go a lot faster then a 70Depends on the CC
CC can be defined as the power of engine, for example 250 cc bike stand for 250cc is the power of engine for that bike.
cc stands for cubic centimeters and it is used to measure the size of your engine, similar to car engine and ci- cubic inches
CC refers to the engine displacement or in other words how big the motor is. Larger cc engines produce more power then a low cc engine can. When racing dirt bikes they require the engine size to be near the same size so that everyone has an equal chance in the race. For example: Racing a 125cc bike against a 500cc bike would be a one sided race. The 125cc bike would not have a chance against the power a 500cc bike puts out.
No, you can't. Because the two engines are not of the same size. The 250 cc engine is bigger than the 125 cc engine, so things will not fit between them.
It refers to the size of the inside of the engine cylinders- 250 cubic centimeters. Good sized engine for a dirt bike.