## How many cc’s is 10hp?

A rule of thumb for small, 4-cycle, utility engines is 32.5cc per horsepower. By this formula a 10 hp engine would have a displacement of **325cc**. Some variation can be expected between different manufacturer’s, models and RPM ratings. Many, if not most, 4-cycle, utility engines are rated at 3600 RPM.

## What horsepower is 357 cc?

But take a NSF250R, which is a modern single cylinder four-stroke, same basic principle as the GX270. This engine delivers **48 horsepower**. If we add 4% of the volume difference it’s 50 horsepower.

## How many HP is 98 cc?

Honda GX100UQA2 98cc GX100 Series OHV **2.8 HP** Engine With Straight Keyed Shaft 3/4-Inch by 2-7/16-Inch Crankshaft.

## How many HP is 200 cc?

On average you could expect around **5–10 horsepower** from a 200cc engine, but it can vary hugely. CC is a measurement of volume or size where Engine horsepower is a measurement of power output at certain rpm.

## How much horsepower is 1000cc?

A typical 1000cc car weighs around 700 kgs and for a passenger car market, a 1000cc engine would have power output of **60-70 HP**.

## How many HP is a 500cc engine?

How many horsepower is 1600cc? Today a modern non turbocharged 4 cylinder 1600cc engine produces about **120HP** at about 5000 RPMs. 1600cc V-twin Harley Davidsons optimized for torque generate about 90HP while high reving four cylinder sport bikes exceed 160HP. Turbocharged 1600cc engines generate in excess of 160HP.

## How many cc’s does it take to make 1 horsepower?

The general rule is for **every 15 CC there** is 1 HP. For example, for a 150 CC engine you would take 150 divided by 15, which equals 10 HP.

## How many cc is a 6 hp engine?

A quick google search shows that simple 6 1/2 hp gasoline motors most frequently used for lawnmowers, go carts, portable generators, etc. are about **200cc in displacement**. There is no direct relationship between cc’s and hp.

## How much horsepower is 170cc?

The engine produces 1634.5 Joules per cycle, so at 120 RPM it produces 1634.5 Joules per Second. A Horsepower is 745.7 Joules per second, so the 420 cc engine produces at best 2.19 HP at 120 RPM. Horsepower scales with RPM, so it would produce at best **65.76 HP at 3600 RPM**.