Calculate | Foot-Pounds ft-lb to Newton Metres N m | Convert

"So much Torque the chassis twisted coming off the line.."

If you're a true boffin of vehicular performance then you will know that power is just a headline figure for selling cars. The true superlative for gauging a cars potential for greatness is torque. Take a look at the Diesel generation of performance cars and you'll see that low down torque is the way to go - albeit with a number of turbos to help out.


Use the calculators below to convert the weights from ft-lb Foot-Pounds to N m Newton Metres or from N m Newton Metres to ft-lb Foot-Pounds. Once you have done this you could compare the power to weight with's lb-ft per ton or N M per ton lists. Torque Per Ton List or why not find out the BHP of your car and calculate what it can do the quarter mile in here: Car Quarter Mile Calculator

Foot-Pounds (ft-lb) to Newton Metres (N m)

Calculated as 1 ft-lb = 1.35581794884 N m (5 decimal places)

Newton Metres
(N m)

Newton Metres (N m) to Foot-Pounds (ft-lb)

Calculated as 1 N m (Newton Metre) = 0.73756214837 ft-lb (Foot-Pounds) (5 decimal places)

Newton Metres
(N m)

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