May 08, 2012, 07:45 PM Registered User Canada, ON, Whitby Joined Aug 2008 9,007 Posts ^^ It's simple, you're wasting your time trying to calculate torque. In no way will this help you decide on a motor for a boat.
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 Feb 11, 2013, 01:56 PM Registered User Joined Feb 2013 1 Posts On metric Units it is much more easy: M = Power in Watts / Rps Roundings per second. The result is in Newton times metres (Nm) Captayne
 Feb 12, 2013, 05:44 PM Registered User United States, NJ, Frenchtown Joined Mar 2003 9,598 Posts I use a torque measuring tool. I pinch the motor shaft between 2 fingers tightly. Then go to WOT . If I smell Bacon Fat it is good. If I scream loudly. FANTASTIC motor.

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