How exactly is torque measured for a car?


Asked by Feb 10, 2010 at 08:49 AM

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And how is rpm related to torque?

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With a dynamometer And it's not, an engine makes different amounts at different RPMs, but unlike horsepower torque is not related to RPMs.

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