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What is this unit? DaNm

Discussion in 'Faults, Problems & Solutions' started by agithegreat, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. agithegreat

    agithegreat ClioSport Club Member

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    Is it simply Nm times 10???
    If not, whats the conversion.

    Thanks
     
  2. DrR

    DrR ClioSport Club Member

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    Are you talking gansta saying Da "NM"

    or is it actually "DaNM"
     
  3. Gumby

    Gumby ClioSport Club Member

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    I presume it's deca-Nm in which case it would be 1/10 of an Nm
     
  4. Jonny1*2

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    yeah i've been wondering this. The F4R pdf guide is all in DaNM
     
  5. agithegreat

    agithegreat ClioSport Club Member

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    Gangsta blud!
    Nope, its definatly 10 times a newton meter.
    So to convert Nm to DaNm divide by 10!
     
  6. mark123

    mark123 ClioSport Club Member

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    1 DaNm = 10Nm
     
  7. bmh.01

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    Its deca newton metres as said same as kg/m just the french like being the french. Just multiply by ten as above.
     
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  8. jack_davey

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    Yeah that's correct, most of the renault workshop repair manuals are in DaNm, so just multiply by 10 to get Nm
     
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