How do you get more torque?
Following are the essentials of indicating instruments: 1. Operating torque, 2. Controlling torque, and 3. Damping torque. OPERATING TORQUE Operating torque is produced by mak…ing use of any of these effects: magnetic, electromagnetic induction...., it is required to move the moving system of the instrument. CONTROLLING TORQUE Controlling torque opposes the operating torque and increases with the deflection of the moving system. It ensures that the deflection of the pointer is according to the magnitude of electrical quantity being measured. If this torque were not provided, the pointer would continue to move indefinitely and the deflection shall be independent of electrical quantity being measured. It also bring the pointer back to zero when the instrument is removed from the circuit. This torque is either obtained by spring or by gravity. In spring control, one or two phosphor bronze spiral hair-springs are attached to the moving spindle. The other end are attached to the frame. In this case Tc proportional to Angle of deflection. In gravity control, a small weight is attached to the moving system in such a way that it tries to bring the pointer back to the zero position when it is deflected, due to gravity. In this casse Tc proportional to sine of the angle of deflection. DAMPING TORQUE Controlling torque controls the deflection and tries to stop the pointer at its final position where its Td = Tc But due to inertia, the pointer oscillates around its final position before coming to rest. Hence damping torque is provided to avoid this oscillation and bring the pointer quickly to its final position. Thus the damping torque is never greater than the controlling torque. In fact it is the condition of critical damping which is sufficient to enable the pointer to rise quickly to its deflected position without overshooting.
Answer . supercharge it.
You can read the Wikipedia article on torque, look for other online articles about torque, or read a physics school book - look for the chapters about rotational movement. It …is important that you first understand the physics of linear motion - especially Newton's laws of motion, since this is very similar, and physics books will most likely use linear motion as an analogy. Briefly, the rotational equivalent of Newton's second law (F=ma) is: (torque) = (moment of inertia) x (angular acceleration) Torque is expressed in newton-meters, and it is the product of a force, times the distance from the axis of rotation (times an angle function, if the two are not at right angles). For example, less force at a greater distance, from the axis of rotation, can have the same effect.
by tuning/upgrading your engine.
dual exhaust is a start.
This is a question people have been discussing for a very long time. I was told one time people talk horsepower but they ride torque. Everything that discusses power has two p…arts. Think about it . With electric power it is voltage and amps, with hydraulics it is pressure and flow and with engines it is horsepower and torque. In each case the first one, in this case horsepower, is the engines ability to make power. This is usually measured at a high RPM. Torque is the engine making power. Ususally measured at about 4000 rpm. So when you ride the engine has the ability to move the vehicle(horsepower), but the pull that you feel when you accelerate is torque. Now go talk to your friends and get into the age old discussion of which one is more important. Don. Big Daddy's cycle world
For more torque you want a smaller at the front and/or a bigger at the back. It might lower top speed though.
what engine there are alot of engine add ons if you have the 4.7 that's tough they fall on there face pulling anything.is it 4wd. regearing it would be the best way but will b…e expensive and kill fuel economy when not towing.you could run smaller tires which effectivly lowers your final gear ratio
piston engines have more torque than jet engines..
just throw in a turbo charger
They are both equally important in different scenarios. I don't know what you are talking about specifically, but on a drill RPMs are important when drilling through softer ma…terial to go faster, while torque is important on harder materials that can make the drill skip or freeze up otherwise.
For starters make sure the engine is running at peak performance, meaning it has good compression, no vacuum leaks, and the entire ignition system is in good order. After th…at, depending on what you want to get out of the motor, you can start with a K&N air filter and some dual exhaust. This will let the engine breathe easier. Then after that you can go with a camshaft, new heads, headers, etc. If it's computer controlled you might be able to get a chip or programmer for it. Need more info though. What is the engine going to be used for? Pulling a boat or camper? Drag racing? Is it in a car or truck?
In Ford Mustang
camaro more tourqe and more horsepower
In Chevy 350
A free-flowing exhaust including headers, larger pipes, and performance mufflers can help quite a bit. If you still want more, nitrous oxide injection, or a supercharger can m…ake a big difference.
Engines with longer piston stroke, higher turbo boost pressures, and diesel fuel has more energy in it than gasoline.
Cool head - v-force reeds - k&n air filter -bigger carb - race gas !