Whats the difference between cc and CI?

Whats the difference between cc and CI?

CC stands for Cubic Centimeters and is a measurement of an engine’s total displacement. In the United States you may see the use of CI, or Cubic Inches, which is the imperial equivalency of an engine’s displacement.

How many cubic inches is 1200 CCS?

It is the cylinder displacement in cc’s. There are 1,000cc in a 61 cubic inch engine. An 883cc engine is about 54 cubic inches, and a 1200cc engine is 74 cubic inches.

What cubic inch is a 883?

53.9 cubic inches
Harley-Davidson Iron 883 Specifications

Engine & Drivetrain:
Engine : Air-cooled, Evolution®
Bore x Stroke: 3 inches x 3.811 inches
Displacement: 53.9 cubic inches (883 cc)
Compression Ratio: 9:1

How many cc’s is the 131?

The Motor Company’s latest entry in the displacement wars takes the form of a 131 cubic-inch (2,147cc) crate motor and is the largest engine Harley has ever offered.

What CI is a 1200 Sportster?

Also available in the Sportster model beginning in 1986, it was made in the 1,100 cc (67 cu in) displacement until 1988 and is still made in the 883 cc (53.9 cu in) and 1,200 cc (73 cu in) displacements for the Harley-Davidson Sportster, replacing the ironhead Sportster engine.

What does a 1200 Sportster weigh?

Make Model Harley Davidson XLH 1200 Sportster
Seat Height 740 mm / 29.1 in
Wheelbase 1515 mm / 59.6 in
Dry Weight 240 kg / 529 lb
Fuel Capacity 12.5 Litres / 3.3 US gal

How fast can a Sportster 1200 go?

118 mph
Middleweight Motorcycles: Harley-Davidson XL1200C Sportster 1200 Custom

Fuel mileage: 36 mpg
0-60 mph: 4.2 sec.
1/4-mile: 12.93 sec. @ 102.22 mph
Top speed: 118 mph

How many cc is a Harley 117?

1,920 cc
The 107 cu in (1,750 cc) model with a claimed 108–112 lb⋅ft (146–152 N⋅m) is standard on all models, with the 114 cu in (1,870 cc) version making a claimed 119 lb⋅ft (161 N⋅m) remaining as an option on some softails and all touring and trike models, and the 117 cu in (1,920 cc) is standard on CVO models with a claimed …