Brake horsepower (bhp)
Brake horsepower was a term commonly used before the 1970s in the United States, and is still common in the United Kingdom. It indicates the brake, the device for measuring the true power of the engine. Stating power in 'bhp' gives some indication this is a true reading, rather than a calculated or predicted one. However, several manufacturers started to strip their engines of essential ancillaries for the purposes of getting a high horsepower figure to use in marketing the car.
Originally posted by 92b16vx+Jun 11 2005, 08:06 AM-->B16CRX@Jun 7 2005, 06:33 PM
Der wille zur macht NUKKA!
oh and BHP = base horsepower in case you didnt know that one too.
You need to capitalize the M to make it mean what I think you do