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Is there a mathematical way to figure out a bikes displacement?

This is a discussion on Is there a mathematical way to figure out a bikes displacement? within the 1098 forums, part of the Ducati category; I've always seen bore and stroke figures side-by-side with displacement , does this figure into it? For example the new ...


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Old 12-02-2008   #1
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Default Is there a mathematical way to figure out a bikes displacement?

I've always seen bore and stroke figures side-by-side with displacement , does this figure into it? For example the new Ducati 1098 has a bore x stroke figures of 104.0 x 64.7 mm, and a displacement of 1099cc, just wondering how they determine the displacment... any help, or a formula would be great, THANKS!Haha, I know you can"Just look at the side of the bike..."but thanks, that's the smartass type of answer I would have given too...
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