- Jan 31, 2013
- Motor City
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There is no reason that it could not deliver power to the wheels. The rotor positions are tuned for optimal power curve and smoothness.
whoops. my bad (again) I was talking this was in regards to knocking out the resonant frequencies where it risks shaking itself apart.
I'm used to the torque numbers being below the HP. this is a pleasant twist. I do wonder how much fuel it will use at the top end...EDIT:
500 horsepower/800 ft-lbs at 3200rpm...
And a side thought. The rx8 has almost the same hp/torque numbers at the ft86.