kershaw design 700 HO (MABUCHI A09) puts out 300 watts, while the titan 775 (same Mabuchi motor just a step down version, without the timing and 1 winding difference) puts out a little less power than that.I've never found the watt rating for the Dewalt, but it feels like alot more than just 325 watts. Maybe it just has so much torque that it feels like more, but it is way more than the dual Titans.
14.4 volt drill and motor geared for 1,800 rpm (approx max rpm ): 325 watts
12 volt drill and motor geared for 1,800 rpm : 285 watts
18 volt drill and motor gered for 2,000 rpm : 450 watts
(I try to always debate with facts). Of course you could increase the voltage, change the gearing and get more power out of it (dewalt motors are known for there ability to be over volted) but these are the most reliable figures direct from Dewalt (well as reliable as a supply vendor can be) .
But I agree these Dewalt motors feel increadible torquey - I have had my dewalt powered summit loose control and blast off across my bed (I caught it just before it smacked the wall) though it was not as powerful as my erbe, it literally was tearing up my sheets and covers