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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by redriderbob, Oct 19, 2017.
Wow, one of your numbers is right, the other is way off.
Too high on the torque? I was afraid of that. Probably closer to 276 or so then.
Torque 400, power 200. I've never been much taken to talk about feet, or pounds, or the sweat of horses when it comes to engineering...
I voted the highest, but that's lower than the ~350ft-lbs I figured.
I voted 295-300 because that's a nice number for advertisting purposes and gives them room to grow.
400 Nm (ECE, SAE is higher) from engine and 20 Nm from electric motor of the BSG system.
Potentially they could go up with the electric motor, in similar BSG the commercial proposition of suppliers is up to 150 Nm from electric motor, but for reliability, costs and margin to increase performances over years I suppose they wil start òpw with electric motor contribution.
So 317 lb ft (430 Nm).
The limit is anyway the 500 Nm of the gearbox used in the new Wrangler.
Nope, less than 317 lb ft
I will give you one more clue... 287 and that isn't the torque number.
so..its 287hp and 310tq
268 HP 310 Torque.
268 HP, 277 ft-lbs, that's my final guess.
Your final guess is wrong.
I am sure, but it'd be nice to know how close or far away it might be
F4U Corsair, eh. We suggesting that the horsepower number is 280? As a reference to the 2800 engine?
Not exactly but you are on the right track!