Bubba, It's simple. Hp is only a calculation of FT LBs tourque x RPM/5252. So FT LBs torque is HP/RPM x 5252. That means any time you have a hp curve over rpm, you have the torque too.
TRX501, The Puma still is the most amazing BB Honda cylinder ever, imho. But the smaller Puma will see less advantage of the larger reed than the larger Puma's do. We have built a couple that are doing well on the dunes, but that's quite subjective. None have been to the dyno yet.
Hey Nate, I am sorry but I meant to delete that post. I graphed it out and got my answer. I was being lazy and didnt feel like doing the math at the time. I was hoping you would hit the "easy" button LOL. I have a regular job and sometimes dont feel like working the brain or taking the time. Thanks for the post!!