# How do you calculate BHP per ton?

## How do you calculate BHP per ton?

Here, it’s BHP per ton (2000 lbs). You simply find it by dividing the horsepower of a car by how many tons it weighs. Usually, here in the US, you’ll see pounds per horsepower, which is just the weight of the car divided by how much horsepower it has. A Lotus Elise weighs 1980 lbs, and puts out 190 bhp.

## How many horsepower is a ton?

The ton (ton of refrigeration) is a unit of power. This tool converts tons to horsepower (ton to hp) and vice versa. 1 ton ≈ 4.7162 horsepower.

**How much BHP do I need?**

For a general runabout 60-70 bhp in a small car is fine but a larger car that may be used for carrying loads, towing a trailer or for going any distance then a 2.0 plus engine with around 120-150 bhp would be better.

### How do you calculate power to mass ratio?

Calculating PWR It’s very easy to calculate a power-to-weight ratio. Simply divide the power output of a vehicle by its weight. For example, if you have a car that weights 2000 pounds and has 250 hp, the PWR will be as follows: 250 / 2000 = 0.125 hp for every pound of car.

### How many kW is a tonne?

1 ton ≈ 3.5169 kilowatts.

**How many BTU is 1 HP?**

1 horsepower = 2544.4336113065 btu per hour.

#### Is 500 BHP a lot?

But the perfect amount of horsepower, in any car, is right near 500. Let me explain. First, 500 is nice and round, halfway between zero (a terrible amount) and 1,000 (way too much). The Ford Mustang GT350 is just over at 526 hp, and my ’14 Mustang GT, well, it starts at 420.

#### Is 1 Litre engine too small?

1.0-1.2 litres You’ll get a good fuel economy out of them, as the smaller capacity means less fuel is used. This is great if you mainly do a lot of stop/start driving, such as in a city where there are lots of traffic lights, or if you usually make short journeys.

**What is a good watts per kg?**

Here are the categories that they recommend you race based on your FTP data and watts per kilogram. The Zwift C category (next from the bottom) says that you should be able to ride at the level between 2.5 to 3.1 w/kg. If you want to succeed in the A category, you’ll need to be able to hit 4.0 w/kg or better.

## How do you calculate watts per kg?

If you are used to measuring your weight in pounds (lb.), then take your weight in pounds and divide by 2.2- and that will be your weight in kilograms. Then take your average power for a 60-minute all-out effort and divide that by your weight in kilograms. This result is your watts per kilogram ratio.

## How much does a ton of BHP weigh?

Use the calculators below to convert the numbers. Once you have done this you could compare the power to weight with AutoSnout.com’s bhp per ton or kw per ton lists. BHP Per Ton List 69.6 lb-ft per ton. 69.8 lb-ft per ton. 71.5 lb-ft per ton. 73.9 lb-ft per ton. 74.0 lb-ft per ton. 64.3 lb-ft per ton. 63.7 lb-ft per ton.

**How to calculate brake horsepower with power to weight?**

A simple to use Power to Weight Calculator to work out your Brake Horsepower per ton and compare it with some of the more desirable cars on the market. This will enable you to work out how losing a kilo her and there affects the overall performance of your car. BHP (at Flywheel) Car Weight (kg)

### How to calculate the power to weight ratio?

~ Power to Weight Ratio Calculator ~ A simple to use Power to Weight Calculator to work out your Brake Horsepower per ton and compare it with some of the more desirable cars on the market. This will enable you to work out how losing a kilo her and there affects the overall performance of your car. BHP (at Flywheel) Car Weight (kg)

### How many BHP does a Caparo T1 have?

Car BHP Per Tonne Figures and Specs List. 1 Between 1100 and 1000 bhp per tonne. Caparo T1 3.5l V8 – [2007] 2 Between 1000 and 900 bhp per tonne. 3 Between 900 and 800 bhp per tonne. 4 Between 800 and 700 bhp per tonne. 5 Between 700 and 600 bhp per tonne.