# Cubic Centimeter

**CC** or Cm³ or **cubic centimeter** is widely used to measure the displacement of motorcycle cylinders. It is a commonly used unit of volume extending the derived SI-unit cubic metre and corresponds to the volume of a cube measuring 1 cm × 1 cm × 1 cm. One cubic centimetre corresponds to a volume of 1⁄1000000 of a cubic metre, or 1⁄1000 of a litre; therefore, 1 cm3 ≡ 1 mL.

Also see: Engine displacement

## Common engine sizesEdit

Note that many manufacturers run over or under by as much as 5cc

- 50cc = 3.05 cubic inches
- 70cc = 4.27
- 80cc = 5.18
- 90cc = 5.49
- 100cc = 6.10
- 110cc = 6.71
- 125cc = 7.62
- 160cc = 9.75
- 175cc = 10.67
- 200cc = 12.20
- 230cc = 14.00
- 250cc = 15.25
- 305cc = 18.61 (used exclusively by Honda)
- 350cc = 21.35
- 360cc = 21.96 (used by Honda)
- 400cc = 24.40
- 440cc = 26.85
- 480cc = 29.29 (used by Honda)
- 500cc = 30.51
- 550cc = 33.56
- 600cc = 36.61
- 650cc = 39.66
- 700cc = 42.71
- 750cc = 45.96
- 800cc = 48.81
- 900cc = 54.92
- 1000cc = 61.02
- 1100cc = 67.12
- 1200cc = 73.22
- 1300cc = 79.33
- 1500cc = 91.53
- 1800cc = 109.80