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question for greyracer or someone with displacement knowledge

Looks like you are at 103.5cc.. There is lots of displacement calculators readily available online

Multiply half the bore by itself (square the radius), multiply that by Pi (3.1416), then multiply the result of that by the stroke.

πr²h

The number you will come up with is cubic millimeters. Divide it by 1000 (move the decimal 3 places to the left), and you have your answer in cubic centimeters.

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I want to make sure I am legal in a class. I bought a kx 100 with a 2mm stroker crank in it. My daughter can race up to a 105 in the girls class. I want to make sure the bike is legal. The bore is stock at 52.5 and the stock stroke is 45.8 so the stroke must be 47.8

Can someone tell me what the cc's are for the bike. I do not know how to figure the displacement. All help would be appreciated. Thanks