What Is the Difference between Horsepower and CC?

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The difference between Horsepower and CC is that Horsepower is a measurement of the capability of work. A CC is a measure of volume.
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Horsepower is a measurement of the capacity to perform work. 1 horsepower is defined as a unit of work equal to 33,000 foot pounds per minute, 550 foot pounds per second, or 746 Watts
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1. Determine the horsepower of the engine. Since horsepower and cc are different units of measure, the only way to accurately convert cc to hp is to determine the horsepower output
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cubic centimeters, the size of the engine basically. Horsepower depends on how the engine is set up, the valves, the type of the engine diesel/gas, etc. Just like how a 1000cc sport
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I think the physics side has been covered, but in practcal terms you only need the power curve to describe the performance of a car. Power is work, so it directly describes ability
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