I’m getting really confused. I thought that horse power is an expression of power, that torque is an expression of effort around a pivot.
I don’t mean in motorcycles or cars or whatever I mean that is what they are?
like a metre is a metre is a metre, it is an expression of length, a ft/pound it Newton Metre is exactly that. And that in the case of the Newton metre it measure the expression of power around a pivot? I only have my GCSE physics to depend upon.
I’m curious about how does x Bhp lead to different Torques. Does that mean the distance from the pivot has changed?