stock horsepower and torque was 85 HP and 115 LBS of torque
164hp 164 torque, for the DE
In 1989 the 5.8L (351W) made 210-horsepower and 315 pound foot of torque.
260 horsepower 280 torque
its a chevy, so its too much for your mom and her
Torque(lb/ft) = (5252 * horsepower) / RPM
I believe 130 HP, and 240 FT/Lbs of torque.
I think it has the same engine as the 1990's, so it has 145hp.
The Mazda 6 sport, V6 has 212 Horsepower.
Torque has nothing to do with horsepower. It is purely a measure of force, whereas horsepower is a measure of how much work can be done over time.
235 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque
205 horsepower with 290 pound-feet of torque.
350 horsepower and 650 pound feet of torque.
Horsepower is irrelevant - it's torque that matters.
Chiltons manual says 170 horsepower and 275 ft.-lbs. of torque.
217 horsepower 247 ftlbs torque
170 horsepower with 225 foot pounds of torque
200 horsepower and 225 lbs.ft torque
587 horsepower, 26 foot-pounds of torque
146 horsepower @ 5050 RPM and 180 lb-ft torque @ 3500 RPM
There was no Z28 in 1989
230 hp/345 ft lbs of torque
If you know the torque, you can calculate the HP.