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Power <-> torque relation In general, the relation between power an torque is a simple formula: Power[kW] = Torque[Nm] * RPM * π / 30,000 which means that you can always calculate the one curve from the other in torque/power diagrams (That's also what the dynamometer does) So, why are always both curves plotted, if they are more or less the same? ...

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