Don't convert liters to cu. in. In doing so you're assuming that the 5.7L (for example) is exactly 5.7L. It's not.5.7l = 347.8353 ci
6.1l = 372.2448 ci
6.4l = 390.552 ci
6.425l = 392.07 ci
6.982l = 426.06 ci
Here's some info:So where is the 6.4L engine documented as a 391?
I have only seen it written as 392, for example...
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 First Drive: Dodge Challenger ReviewOkay, math whizzes, it actually works out to 391.15 cubic inches, but that’s close enough for Chrysler to roll out the marketing war wagons.
Thanks! I hadn't seen that one yet.Here's some info:
Car and Driver
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 First Drive: Dodge Challenger Review
If you do the displacement formula math:
4.09 x 4.09 x 3.72 x .7853982 x 8 which is interesting because that ends up being 390.9934161715392
I'm not sure where C/D got their math from but I think it might be broken.
It's being called "392" for marketing reasons. (To play off the original 392 Hemis) ---- I have a clip or magazine article that discusses this. I'll have to find it.Sure. One way or another it's being rounded up to 392. It's just a matter of how much. :scratchhead:
According to his wikipedia link:It's being called "392" for marketing reasons. (To play off the original 392 Hemis) ---- I have a clip or magazine article that discusses this. I'll have to find it.
So... Bottom line. Should the 6.1L SRT8 subfolder be correctly titled "6.1L / 372 ci (2008 - 2010)" or "6.1L / 370 ci (2008 - 2010)"?
Also, none of the new SRT8 sub-folders show in the "Active Topics" area. Can I "MOD" fix this?
Chrysler Hemi engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe Hemi is also available in a 6,059 cc (6.059 L; 369.7 cu in) version. .