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iceracer
iceracer UltimaDork
5/19/19 6:45 p.m.

850 cc 2 stroke

1100 cc 4 stroke opposed, not VW

What's the displacement of a 1950 Desoto  6 cyl ?

Too many to try to remember.   I thought the 327 AMC was tops but then  the 351 Cleveland came up. since then everything has been 2.O L or under except the 3.7 L Jeep.

DirtyBird222
DirtyBird222 UberDork
5/19/19 7:45 p.m.

1991 Chevy Silvardo V6 5-spd - 4.3L V6

1995 Pontiac Firebird - 3.8L V6 Series II

1997 Pontiac Trans Am - 5.7L V8 LT1

2000 Pontaic Trans Am - 5.7 V8 LS1

1995 Honda Civic 1.5L

2009 Honda Fit - 1.5L I4

2007 Ford Mustang GT - 4.6L V8 S/C

2011 Honda Civic Si - 2.0L I4

2012 Honda Civic Si - 2.4L  I4

2013 Subaru WRX - 2.5L F4

2013 Civic Si - 2.4L I4

2006 Mustang GT - 4.6L V8

2015 WRX STI - 2.5L F4

2016 WRX - 2.0L F4

2010 Fit - 1.5L I4

2015 Civic Si - 2.4L I4

2017 Crosstrek - 2.0L F4

2018 Fit - 1.5L I4

2005 S2000 - 2.2L I4

1999 BMW M3 - 3.2L I6

2001 Toyota Sequoia - 4.7L V8

 

 

Underpowered
Underpowered New Reader
5/19/19 8:07 p.m.

DD cars,

1.  toyota 22re  2.4 l

2.  Chevy tbi 350

3.  jeep 4.0

4.  Chevy 5.3

5.  jeep 4.0

6. ford 2.5

7. ford 7.3

8. chevy 8.1

9. caddy 3.6

10. chevy 6.0

11. jeep 4.0

currently still own 6, 8,9,10, and 11

other cars ( demo derby, off road toys, just general beaters)

numerous ford 2.3

toyota 22r 2.4

Jeep 4.0

Chevy 3.6

Chrysler 3.5

Ford 3.0

Chevy 2.2

Chevy 2.5

Chevy TBI 350

Chevy 350

Dodge 3.9

and I know i have left a few off this list.  

 

Smallest  was the 2.2 S-10 4 banger.   Biggest is my current 8.1 GMC Truck

Dave
Dave Reader
5/19/19 9:15 p.m.

Smallest 1.0L of the Innocenti SE and Envoy Epic (Vauxhall Viva HA) and largest 5.9L Dodge Maxivan so 4.9L difference.

Catlas_Se7en
Catlas_Se7en Reader
5/20/19 6:20 a.m.

Currently?

Mazda 1.6L I4

Mini Cooper 1.6L I4

Mini Cooper 1.6L Supercharged I4

Honda 1.8L I4

Cadillac 3.6L V6

Chevy 5.7L V8

Hummer/GM 6.0L V8

Chevy 6.2L V8

Cadillac 6.2L V8 Supercharged

Ford 7.0L V8

therieldeal
therieldeal Reader
5/20/19 8:44 a.m.

Wow… I’ve literally only ever owned 4 cylinders.

 

VW 1.6

VW 1.8

Ford 1.9

Many, many Mazda 1.8’s

Mazda 1.8 turbo

Ford 2.3

VW 1.9 TDI

Ford 2.0

Subaru 2.5

Subaru 2.5 turbo

Mazda 2.5

oldeskewltoy
oldeskewltoy UberDork
5/20/19 9:38 a.m.

for me.... many 4 cylinders... but not entirely

 

opel 1100

Ford Kent 1.6

VW 1.6

Toyota 1.6 (5 times)

Volvo 1.8 (3 times)

Mazda Ford 1.8

Peugeot 1.9

Chevy 2.3

Ford 2.3 turbo (only boosted engine)

Honda 2.4

Ford Cologne  2.6 (twice)

Ford Cologne 2.8

Toyota 2.8

Toyota 3.0

Ford 200

Chrysler 225

Chevy 250

Ford 289 hipo

Ford 428

Ford 428 SCJ

 

TheRX7Project
TheRX7Project Reader
5/20/19 1:33 p.m.

Smallest (in a vehicle) is my 1146cc rotary *assuming you use Mazda's numbers.
Largest was probably the 360 in my Jeep Grand Wagoneer.

I've owned mostly 4-bangers in the 1.6-2.0L range.

akylekoz
akylekoz Dork
5/20/19 2:02 p.m.

1.1 liter rotary to 7.5 liter Oldsmobile.  Smallest piston engine 49cc single at 9 years old.  Piston car engine 1.3 suzuki.

1     rotary

8    4 cylinder

1    5 cylinder turbo

6    V6, 1 turbo

2    inline 6

7    V8

 

 

Toyman01
Toyman01 MegaDork
5/20/19 2:08 p.m.

.049 ci all the way up to 460 ci. Pretty evenly spaced at that. 

I'm not even going to try to list them all. 

In the automotive world, the list starts at 67 ci and runs up to 460. 

Adrian_Thompson
Adrian_Thompson MegaDork
5/20/19 2:42 p.m.

Hmm, note, especially with the first ones this is all four wheels, never owned a two or three wheeled motorized vehicle.

602cc flat twin aircooled

875cc 4cyl - numerous

998cc 4cyl - several

1.3L rotary - this is BS.  Rotaries should be called 3.9 not 1.3.  It's a cheat to make the hideously inefficient things look better on paper.

1.3L flat 4 air cooled

1.3L 4 cyl

1.6cyl 4cyl 8V and 16V NA

1.6cyl 4cyl turbo

1.8L 4 cyl

2.0L 4cyl single and twin cam inc single cam 16V

2.0 4cyl turbo

2.3 4cyl

2.5L 5cyl turbo

2.5L V6

2.5L flat 6

3.0L V6 several

3.5L V6

3.5L TT V6

255ci V8

302 ci NA

302 ci supercharged

351ci NA

351ci Supercharged

Probably more that I'm forgetting right now.

 

barefootskater
barefootskater Dork
5/20/19 3:53 p.m.

In this order, near as I can remember:

Chev 350, VW 1600 (x2), Saturn 1.9, Mazda 2.2, Mitsubishi 2.4, Buick 305, Mitsubishi 2.4, Jeep 4.0, Plymouth 440, Chev 350, Toyota 2.4, Ford 2.0, Honda 2.2 (x2), VW 1600, Toyota 3.5, Mazda 2.5, Chev 4.3, Honda 1.5, Chev 400.... I know I'm forgetting a few.

pinchvalve
pinchvalve MegaDork
5/20/19 4:10 p.m.

Interesting, I never listed them before.   

1.4L I4  
1.5L I4   
1.6L I4 (Civic, MR2, Fiesta ST - All my race cars have been a 1.6)   
1.8L I4  
2.5L I4  
2.7L V6  
3.5L V6  
4.0L I6   
5.0L V8  
5.2L V8  
5.7L V8  

Somehow I have missed a 2.0L and a 3.0L, so far...
 

 

jarrettp
jarrettp New Reader
5/20/19 4:16 p.m.

When it comes to cars, only 4 cylinders. 1.2L air cooled VW, 1.5L Honda, 1.6L N/A VW diesel, 1.8L air cooled VW, and the mightly 2.7L Toyota 3rz.

chada75
chada75 Reader
5/20/19 4:51 p.m.

Only Car/Truck Engines listed.

2.2 Dodge

2.8 GM

3.0 GM

225 Slant Six

3.8 GM

Too many 4.6 Fords

301 Pontiac Bastard V-8

Three 350 Chevys

383 Dodge.

 

NGTD
NGTD UberDork
5/21/19 11:52 a.m.

Everything from a 49CC Honda to a Chebby 454.

Professor_Brap
Professor_Brap Dork
5/21/19 11:57 a.m.

About 60 cars from 1.1L to 9.0L 

Everything from no pistons, to 10 pistons. H4, i4, H6, i6, v6, v8, w8, v10.

NA, Turbo, Super charger, factory, after market. 

Gas, diesel, propane fuels. 

 

Currently. 
2.0 x3 
2.2 x2 
2.4 x2 

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