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Originally Posted by FlyNavy
Wrong. Because there is still drivetrain loss so those number will never be the same as if you hooked the engine up to an engine dyno and measured at the flywheel. Chassis dynos measure drivetrain loss, period. It's the power at the wheels AS IF you had a 1:1 ratio between the flywheel and the driving wheels.

It gives you engine torque, not taking into account what went into overcoming driveline friction. But it is still a measure of engine torque, which is not the same thing as wheel torque.
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