So we all know that in beamng drive for whatever reason the torque we put in the jbeam it isn't what is in the games torque curve app. well all you have to do to get within 5 lb-ft is to multiply any torque value by 950/684 and it should get you within 5 lb-ft sometimes it gets it perfect. and don't round up or down just take the whole number. and here is the fiction that was used and I think that it does affect this. Code: "friction":18 "dynamicFriction":0.029 hopefully this helps everyone

so, what does the 950/684 mean? do you multiply by 950 then divide by 684? this might need further explanation. also, the jbeam values go by Nm i believe

or do it properly with realistic friction values and just increase everything by ~20Nm and finetune so you get something actually legit

I guess I haven't done this in a while, but what about the torque curve is wrong? Is it artificially to low? If so, is the torque on the torque graph measured at the Engine or the Wheels? If it is measured at the wheels, then it should be low anyways as losses through the drivetrain would sap some of the torque.

The torque in the torque graph I believe is at the engine. However in the code for the engine there is a value for the internal friction of the engine itself, which makes the effective torque of the engine different from the torque you write into the .jbeam file I believe

If you use Nm as your torque unit, you can try this formula baseTorque - friction - (brakingCoef x (RPM/60)) Braking coef = dynamic friction x (2 x Pi) For example: Friction = 24 Dynamic Friction = 0.029 Braking coef = 0.029 x (2 x3.14159) =0.18221222 At 3500 RPM we input 620 nm of torque. The number that will be displayed in game will be: 620 Nm - 24 - (0.18221222 x (3500/60)) = 585.3709538 Nm Which is = 620 Nm x 3500 RPM / 7122.50712250712 = 304.668 HP. Just turn the formula into an Excel spreadsheet and plot a graph for torque and HP. It will make your life easier. Edit: I released my spreadsheet to calculate torque & power values used in game here https://www.beamng.com/threads/flywheel-torque-power-spreadsheet-calculator.45889/