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The clutch is directly coupled to the motor the instant it fully engages. Therefore, any torque that is measured at the input to the transmission is still just a function of total engine torque, once the clutch is engaged. During the time it is in the process of engaging, any excess power not...
I've read it 3 times and still haven't got a clue what I'm reading. Maybe I'm just slow today.I am however, EXTREMELY interested in some of those magic beans that somehow get 900 ft/lbs of torque out of a motor that is only capable of producing 450 ft/lbs. :D
1. You need to clip the log to only the part you are wanting people to look at
2. You're running pig rich
3. You're running hot
4. You're losing air somewhere...quite a bit of it if you are on an 18G and airflow is even close to calibrated.
5. Your pull is in second gear instead of third, and...