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The problem with that equation is that a 345 cubic inch engine is also a 5.7L as is a 346 cubic. The liter system is less precise than the cubic system was so it is difficult to determine it. But anyways the 4.7L is a 287 cubic inch engine.
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Yeah, the Liter was always less accurate, but just a quickie lil conversion is just to divide c/i by 61, or multiply L by 61, and then using some basic background info of who made what size engine when, you can usually get it right. That's what I've always done.
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