The 3.5 SOHC engine found in a 1993 Dodge Intrepid puts out 214hp and 221ft/lb of torque to the crankshaft.
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.
454 engine torque is 752 pounds of torque
horsepower = torque (in ft-pounds) times RPM divided by 5250
the bottom part of the car is it A: Torque is grunt, the pulling power of the engine, measured in Horse power.
205 H.P. 275 lb/ft Torque.
It has 325hp and 375ft. torque
they kind of go together
The horse power is 300hp
200hp & 225ft of torque
If you mean "what does torque mean", then it means it's the amount of twisting power your tires will have. Horse power is speed and torque is strength. Torque is like leverage, the bigger the throw on a flywheel, the more torque you have ( meaning more towing power or getting going power).
140 horse power and 215 foot-pound torque
torque is at low rpm, horse power is at higher rpm. as you gain hp, you lose torque and vice versa.