Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Pursuit, Nov 4, 2003.
back in the 1970's? 500 c.i.d. and only 110 hp? extremely
there's the answer, and it was never even close to 110
It made like, 4 times that in torque IIRC
They are good engines when you open them and work on them. [/TriShield]
Ha! Ha! I'm a ricer and don't know what torque is!!!1
hahah i'm a wheater and i don't know what horsepower is
torque is for rednecks and towing. it's useless. 4 cyl > *
haha, drivability in a 5500 lbs+ LUXURY car is more important than running a 13 second 1/4!!1
Q: could God make a 4 cylinder engine so fast, even HE could not drive it?
A: No, even God couldn't make a 4 cylinder engine fast
I drive a civic though
You are whining about an engine that existed 30 years ago
Next time, consult the dictionary before you end up writing sentences that make no sense whatsoever.
IIRC, in 1970, the 500 cu in engine made 400 bhp, and 550 ft lbs of tqe.
exactly where is the mistake? paramount is not just a movie studio, friend.
here's the word origin, too:
Anglo-Norman paramont, above : par, by (from Latin per. See per1 in Indo-European Roots) + amont, above, upward; see amount.]
Torque > HP
drivability of a 5000lb luxo boat like that was a joke anyway
how's that? nice ride, enough torque to move it along, and nice interior (for the time).
for towing, yes, for race cars, no.
HOW THE FUCK IS A CADILLAC A RACE CAR, YOU FUCKING RETARD???l