Originally Posted by 1QuikWS6
HP is a number derived thru calculation using actual dyno measured Torque:
Power [HP] = T [ft.lb] . RPM / 5252
Given the calculation, shouldn't the percentage loss be the same for both TQ and HP? I see the HP loss being twice TQ.
Here's another AA graph using a mustang dyno. HP reads higher in each run than TQ.