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Re: More bytes on bites
> In a message dated 98-03-01 19:58:47 EST, you write:
> STOP RIGHT HERE. TORQUE != HORSEPOWER.
> Horsepower is proportional to torque * RPM. The following would
> ONLY be true if the two shafts are rotating at the same speed,
> and that doesn't seem to be the situation being discussed.
> > T1 = 168.75
> > T2 = 56.25
> > OR
> > T1 = 56.25
> > T2 = 168.75
> > Tshift = 112.50
> Orin. >>
> It's exactly true if the two shafts are rotating at a DIFFERENT speed Orin.
> Think of it this way. When the slip angle gets high enough, the Trg (Torque
> at the ring gear) = Engine Torque/HP (here you can insert 225 lb/ft just as
Not aguing the 'bite', just that HP is not equal to torque, but
depends on RPM. IMO, power is irrelevant for the effect you
describe, just torque.