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I was poking around on the web today to find out how to calculate the horsepower of my machine and came across this method, based on torque and rpm's. My torque - 14.5 foot pounds, multiplied by my rpm's - 3600, divided by
5,252. 14.5 X 3600 = 52,000 divided by 5,252 = 9.939, so effectively a 10 horsepower engine. Am I on the right track?
 

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i think you are on the right track but i'm not liking it cause it says my 6.75tq mower is only 4.6hp :(
 

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