Torque low. seems like you need to take an average on results over time. Several tests on a couple different dynos. Many variables from calibration, elevation to weather. hp is in the range but torque should be upper 70's to low 80's.
dropping one in the front will increase torque to the wheel, its a simple gear reduction. power and torque output from the motor will not change but no chassis dyno can measure that, all they provide is power and torque at the wheel.
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