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I have a 289 that was bored .20 over. How many CI do I have now?

Thanks for the math lesson!

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1966 GT 350 Clone
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3.1415*(2.0182.01)*2.8748*8

1966 Red Conv (200)
1966 White Pony Int.(289)A Code
1966 Coupe (289) C Code
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Displacement = Pi * Dia * stroke * (# of cylinders)

Stock: disp = 3.1415 * 2.88 * 4.0 * 8 = 289.5 cubic inches
.020 over = 3.1415 * 2.90 * 4 * 8 = 292 Cubic Inches

My situation:
302 stock: 3.1415 * 3 * 4 * 8 = 301.6 cubic inches
302 .030 over: 3.1415 * 3.03 * 4 * 8 = 304.6 cubic inches



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Add 0.030 to the bore, not the stroke. Then divide it by 2, then square it.
 

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and face it size counts...*LOL*

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