Originally Posted by BuraQ
Read back to your first post...crank
torque. Divide by 1.17 (value pulled out of my ass, I have no idea what driveline loss is for the N54 drivetrains) to get a more somewhat more reasonable wheel torque value.
619.9 ft*lbf / 1.17 = 529.8 ft*lbf at the wheels. Still high for stockers, but a more consistent baseline than VirtualDyno for comparison's sake.
Further thought makes me wonder if the value COBB is giving you is the DME calculated theoretical torque, i.e. without internal engine friction and parasitic heat losses. That would be enough to explain the remaining "bonus" power in the data. "