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Right, I'm no mathematician but try this. 1000 divided by vehicle weight in KG's multiplied by your "at the wheels BHP figure.



Example 1000 divided by 560 KG's =1.785. Multiply this by your power output 200ish = 357.1 Errr BHP per tonne.


Howzat 😬



Edited by - Davesport on 7 May 2005 17:19:02

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