How many cubic inches in 5.7 litres

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

4 litres or 244 cubic inches.

May 03, 2017 | Aston Martin Cars & Trucks

1 liter = 61.02374 cubic"

therefore 6.2 liters =378.3472 cubic "

therefore 6.2 liters =378.3472 cubic "

Aug 20, 2016 | 2007 GMC Yukon Denali

1000mm = 1 liter

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

Jul 25, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

I found this firing order. 7.0L is a hair over 427 cubic inch.

Mar 22, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks

Hi Wayne:

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

Jun 03, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

1174 L X 61.0237 CU IN =7164.CU INS +.182

Apr 06, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

200 cubic inch

Aug 05, 2014 | 2006 Toyota Highlander

1-5-3-6-2-4 is the spark plug firing order for the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6

The distributor rotor turns CLOCKWISE

The marked # 1 position on the distributor cap is installed facing away from the engine

Hope this helps

Jun 08, 2011 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

I don't know the exact liters, but if you are just changing the filter it would be 5 qts, maybe 5 liters. And if you are in a total rebuild, it would be 15 qts, or say 15 liters, We don't work with liters over here. I know your 5.7 liter engine is about 340 cubic inches. A quart is real close to a liter, 3.8 liters = 4 qts. If your tranny doesn't have a dipstick, it has 2 plugs on the right side of the tranny, one for level, one for fill, If you pull the level and nothing seeps out, fill it up, till it seeps out the bottom, then put the plugs back in. The tranny will drip for a month if you let it, so when you change the filter, you never really know how much dripped out, exactly, you could measure what came out, but what if it was low to start? Check it out, hope this helps.

Dec 23, 2010 | 2006 Dodge Charger

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