I know loads of people dislike the crazy 'derived' rear wheel torque figures that we get on dyno results so here's a way to make sense of it... 1. find the rear wheel hp figure at 5,250rpm (i.e. 245rwkw/329rwhp) 2. given hp=ft lb (torque) at this rev, 5,250rpm, you know you have 329 ft lb 3. find the 'derived' rear wheel torque figure at 5,250rpm (i.e. 735nm/545 ft lb) 4. divide the figure in step 3, 545 ft lb by figure from step 2, 329 ft lb and you will get the derived factor, in this case 545/329=1.66 (this is the fixed multiplication factor the derived figures use when considering final drive gear, converter slip, dyno roller diameter, etc) 5. simply divide all of your torque results by 1.66 (use the figure you got in step 4) and it'll give you a way more sensible torque figure. After I performance tuned my VE SSV and added an OTR my dyno results were 244rwkw/800nm (derived, at the wheels). Although these are true, the torque figure never made sense and I couldn't think about it practically but when you apply the method above you get 244rwkw/478nm which looks spot on. test it one step further and factor in a drivetrain loss of 23% (auto) and flywheel figures of 317kw/620nm sound just right when the stock one was 270kw/530nm. I hope this helps some people to better appreciate their dyno results.