The DrDaq is not really capable of this with the sensor that we can provide, since its temperature range is only -10 deg C to 105 deg C on the external temperature, and the internal has a narrower range than that.
To measure the high temperatures that you need you would need to make your own temperature sensor and scaling file. The problem here would be converting the voltage into a temperature reading. It would be made easier if you could get a linear conversion. Unfortunately, I am unable to suggest the type of temperature sensor that would be suitable.
You would also need to source sensors to measure the revs, power, torque and acceleration, these would have to be units that returned a single ended voltage and had comparable voltage rang to the DRDAQ, if they did not the singal would have to be conditioned before it is input in to the unit. Again I am un able to assist in where you will be able to purchase such things from.