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      11-10-2012, 12:06 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by BMWWW View Post
Just a continuation to shed more light on that.
HP is tq multiplied by a number (or function, I forgot).

The high number of tq for the 320d combined with a low HP will tell you that the redline is super low, and that the powerband is nowhere up at the top of the revband.
yeah exactly, it isn't hard to calculate horsepower from torque; (RPM x Torque)/5252
keep in mind that horsepower, like torque, is different at each RPM.