Jesus, Mary and Joseph, you are one dense fuck
I said several posts ago 'the torque converter changes high-rpm /l ow torque
horsepower (input) to low rpm / high torque horsepower (output)
and I never said that the transmission 'increases torque', that was your
spin on it
you really need to go to the public library and find Chiltons # 7412
'Automatic Transmoission Repair Manual' and read the chapter on torque
this silly ritual of declaring yourself the winner of arguements, in the
face of overwhelming evidence ot the contrary, is getting tiresome
Does proving your ignorance really make you feel good. I said the they
produce torque, not power therefore, perpetual motion has nothing to do with
it. However, your demonstration of perpetual stupidity really is amazing.
IOW, you are calling my you, now I really am insulted.
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
Nope. It cannot produce torque anymore than it can create it. It can
however, TRANSmit it. Hence the name, "transmission."
BTW, I think Roget can help you with your problem understanding "create" and
"produce" as being pretty much the same in the context which you used them.
Give a man a match, and he is warm for a short while. Light him on fire, and
That's incorrect. A transmission can increase torque. For example, a
hypothetical transmission could take 50 ft-lbs of torque on input and
produce 300 ft lbs of torque. (numbers are arbitrary). No laws of
physics are violated by increasing torque on output.
Nope, transmissions do change torque. If you want, you can think about
a torque multiplier. In converts input torque into a much greater
output torque. It is a simple geared device.
Heck, even a simple lever changes torque.
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