Brake horsepower (bhp) is the measure of an engine's horsepower without the loss in power caused by the gearbox, generator, differential, water pump and other auxiliaries. Thus the prefix "brake" refers to where the power is measured: at the engine's output shaft, as on an engine dynamometer. The actual horsepower delivered to the driving wheels is less. An engine would have to be retested to obtain a rating in another system. The term "brake" refers to the use of a band brake to measure torque during the test (which is multiplied by the engine speed in revs/sec and the circumference of the band to give the power).
Brake Horse Power
Tigers are not cars, their power or strength is not measured in horse power.
Or any cars for that matter
Ferrari F1 engines generate around a 1000 bhp (Brake Horse Power)
They have between 700 and 800 horse power in the Sprint Cup.
Depending on the horse power of the engine.
Brake pads are part of the cars disk brakes. There are four different brake pads they are semi-metallic brake pads, organic brake pads, low-metallic NAO brake pads and ceramic brake pads.
Horse power describe the unit of power that work is done at. This is most commonly used when talking about cars.
Horse Power, was a unit established when car were first being made. How much horse power a machine has is how fast it can go, realitive to the make or model. When a car goes from zero to sixty its a sign of horse power. It comes from when people were riding around on horse back and cars were just being made. Its mostly used in cars to describe speed realitive to distance, however the same principles apply to planes and trains
A 1985 Cutlass Ciera uses type DOT3 brake fluid. It is the standard type of brake fluid for cars with power brakes.
Most likely, the motor can not handle the horse power it needs. Some cars are built to achieve that. But they are cars that are built for racing, or they have more horse power than the average family car.