the bottom part of the car is it A: Torque is grunt, the pulling power of the engine, measured in Horse power.
Per Chilton's 1995 5.7 truck engine produces 200 HP and 310 ft lbs torque.
It has 52 H.P. and 70 lb/ft of Torque.
DynoRpms is revolutions per minute. How many times the engine turns a complete cycle. Torque is measured at the rear wheels(if were talking about a rear wheel drive car). Torque is the true power of an engine. If you have alot of horse power and low torque, the working power of the engine underload will be awful. The best way to measure and only true way is to Dyno the engine
How small is a small engine? One could only guess.
Pretty basic idea: Horse Power is based on the concept of how far a weight can be lifted in a given amount of time. So high speed engines get High Horse power ratings. Torque is how hard the engine can turn a shaft. SO the way to think of this is Horse Power is fast and Torque is work. The old Truckers saying is Horse Power is nice but Torque gets the work done.
170 BHP and 255 lb/ft of torque
The Cosworth twin cam had 110 horse power. This engine came out only in 1976.
Generation 2 4.7L 290 hp, 320 ft lbs torque
Stock Dodge Magnum 360 engine in the Ram was rated at 245hp/335ft-lbs of torque.
Advertised HORSEPOWER is--245 HP @ 3800 RPMs. Advertiseed torque is--- 365FT. LBS @ 2800 RPMs.
It has 260 HP with 330 HP torque.The Corvette has 40 hp more,not sure about the torque.