Motorcycle characteristics: Torque and Power Back to Torque Back to Torque Below, you find comments on the page How to break in a new engine You also find a form to leave a comment. They do have torque and power, but how much…..?
My 125cc bike had 14teeth front sprocket/56teeth rear sprocket.Now it has 17teeth front sprocket/50teeth rear sprocket.
Will my bike loose torque?
Excellent & so nicely done. Top job.
Thanks. Would you please share your thoughts on the Triumph Street Twin?
Thanks for toning down all that technical stuff; it makes a lot of sense when the rider monitors the dials with a view to optimise the performance of his vehicle. More so having realised that different models specifications are customized to varied rider environments.. And our experience has a bearing on this inlaid architecture. Good enough this torque @ rpm and power @ rpm does make practical sense in light of the riders intended vehicle function. Your presentation and choice of illustration is great! Many thanks!
Excellent explanation. The best i have read about a topic till date. Thank u very much.
Thanks.. very simple to follow your articles..braking is my fav
I have been forever wondering about those numbers.
From: Sagaran Jos
nice information… those will help me in developing a racing bike (4-stroke, 125cc).
I like the point to estimate the horse power, so simple.
Actually, I have an experience while modifying the crankshat for more torque (the model was the same with picture of short stroke engine). Then the engine will vibrate extremely.
Very informative stuff.. would like to know more about automobiles.
Very intuitive article! Thank you!
From: Alfred J Fazio
Hey. it’s a great deal of relevant info.
From: Amit Kumar
Good info – nice pictures too.
I am a horticulture student who has been learning about torque and power re tools and tractors. This has been helpful-recommended by the lecturer.
From: Tanya Hallums