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The units are horse-power. One horse-power = 550 ft.lbs/sec B.H.P. stands for brake horse-power. The word brake does not affect the units, it simply specifies the way in which the horse-power was measured. This in turn means that the horse-power was measured rather than calculated or estimated.
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BHP stands for Brake Horse Power
bhp is short for british horse power.
as far as i know, you should increase the rpm of an engine..because theoretically Power=2*Pi*N*T/60 where 'N' is the rpm. you should correspondingly improve the quality of the… engine parts and the coolant system.
You need to measure the torque of the engine. This is best done at the rear wheels using a rolling road dynamometer. You will get a readout giving the torque throughout the re…v range. To convert torque into bhp do the following calcluation: bhp = (rpm x torque)/5252
CRF150: 11.2 hp.
Brake horsepower or BHP is the amount of power the engine provides at the wheels. The is in contrast to traditional horsepower ratings which are measured directly at the e…ngine or flywheel.
Break Horse Power
Broken Hill Proprietry BHP started in Broken Hill in far western NSW.
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BHP is Brake HorsePower, or the power measured at the crankshaft of an engine.