In the Naruto vs 5 Bijuu fight, Naruto equalled a Bijuu Dama from other five Bijuu with just Kurama and later defeated them. For that to be possible, Naruto with half Kurama must be stronger than the combined strenght those free five Bijuu could muster at that moment.
The first thing to realize there is that the other 5 Bijuu couldn't possibly be using their full strenght whereas Naruto could. Another thing important to notice is that despite Killer B having mastered his Bijuu, he cannot use it to the same extent Naruto can.
The second thing to realize is that the Sage of the Six Paths made Kurama purposedly a lot stronger than the other Bijuu because he was meant to stand as the last defence before the Juubi's revival and the Sage antecipated that someone would use the other tailed beast to try and subdue him.
The moment one calculate the variables, if he does not account for Kurama having twice as much power as his tails would proportionally indicate then it will result in a paradox.
100%/45 = 2,22% power for each tail.
9*2,22%/2 = 10% of the Juubi's power
2+3+5+6+7 = 23 tails, 23*2,22% = 51,06% of the Juubi's power, 51,06%*0,3 = 15,32% of the power of the Juubi used against Naruto.
Since 10%<15,32%, logically Naruto should fail.
However, when Kurama's power is considered to be the double of it's number of tails, the numbers begin to match.
100%/54 = 1,85% for each tail
9*2*1,85%/2 = 16,65%
23*1,85% = 42,55% of the Juubi's power, 42,55%*0,3 = 12,76% of the power of the Juubi used against Naruto.
Since 16,65%>12,76%, then Naruto wins hands down.
As for Jinchuuriki output numbers, they are mutually dependant of the Bijuu distribution of power.
If the neat usable power of the free Bijuu goes beyond 39%~ then the paradox returns.
42,55%*0,4 = 17,02
Since 16,65%<17,02%, then Naruto would lose.
Another thing to account is that Killer B is still far below Naruto and that can be attributed to the fact he is not an Uzumaki/Senju.
If Killer B could use all of Gyuki's 14,80% raw power then he should in theory be able to power up an army of his own like Naruto did and wouldn't be dropped to the sidelines like he was, however, I place at him a cap of 50% which means he can use just 7,4% of Gyuki's full power.
That's less than half of Yang Kurama's usable power which would explain why he was quickly out of the picture once the Juubi's fight began.
Because Kurama had such huge part of the Juubi placed in him, the fact Obito didn't have him and Gyuki meant that he had only 51,90% (52% counting the bits of them) of the Juubi's raw power.
Add to the fact Obito was not an Uzumaki/Senju, despite having Senju cells, then it can be assumed he could only effectively use 26% of the Juubi's power.
That means that Naruto with 16,65%, Minato with 8,32% could not breach his defense with their Kurama's outputting just 24,97% but once you moved in Gyuki with another 7,40% then Obito got pulled down by 32,37% and the Alliance won.
Now comes Madara who has 83,35% (83% if you consider what Obito ripped off) of the Juubi's raw power but like Obito he can only use half of it which means he has 41,50% that is far more powerful and will take a miracle to defeat.
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Re: Distribution of power amongst Bijuu and Jinchuuriki output.
I did the exact same thing in one of my theories ( which I obviously didn't posted ) but I got Madara having 85% of the Juubi's power and then it became 84% after calculating what Obito ripped from him ( still it's very close ) and I had calculated that Obito as a Jinchuuriki had 63.5% of the Juubi's power.
I took the tailed beasts on a different percentage though...on an approximate method where Kurama made up for 30% ...Gyuki 15% and the rest between 10 and 5.