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Old 18th April 2016, 22:12   #16
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Default re: How BHP, Torque and power-to-weight ratios can be misleading

I don't know why are you so stunned by this Veyron? All enthusiasts are aware that specifications on paper rarely ever tell the true tale, that's why people often use the phrase " in the real world". As long as the manufacturer specifications are true, I don't think they are misleading.
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Doge, Thread is meant as a possible eye opener for those in the entry level car buying segment who may be misled by Bhp and Torque numbers. Not intended for a serious technical discussion, which is why its not posted in the "Technical Stuff" forum.

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