If you know the horsepower you can calucate the torque from that. Horsepower is Torque times RPM divided by 5252 equals HP.
So torque is (HP*5252)/RPM equals Torque. So an engine that makes 100 HP at 8000 RPM would be (100*5252)/8000 This would give you 65.65 foot pounds of torque at 8000 RPM. If you know the HP at any RPM this will give you the torque.
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