There are 2 cars, car A and car B.
Car B is 20% heavier than car A.
We all know that this means that these 2 cars will have same power if car B at the same RPM (revolution) has 20% more Nm.
Can the torque be mathematically equated?
For example, if car A has torque of 100/1500 and car B has torque of 150/1750. Can we deduct the 2nd value (150/1750) to
x / 1500? Is this the mathematically correct way to determine the torque decrease?
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