USRT wont give you information like that unless you buy a WMI kit from them. But if you're interested to know, you can check here
It a pretty basic calculator that uses displacement, max boost, and max RPM. It will give you an answer in GPH. You can find a calculator on the interweb to convert Gal/hr to CC/min then round up to the nearest nozzle available to you. If you plan to run 2 or more nozzles they all have to add up to the number the calculator gives you. Then round up, of course.
Hope this helps.