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How to determine 11R 205 cc size?

There is a used set of 11R 205 heads, but the guy doesnít know what cc the combustion chambers are. Is there any identification numbers I could use to figure out if they are 56 or 66ccís?

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The cc size is machined right in the head

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It's on the exhaust face
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get some liquid... a syringe... piece of Plexiglas with a hole drilled in it... and i bet you could know for sure then...
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