You would have to have a brake pressure indicator that shows the pressure being applied to the calipers, where you could observe the minimum pressure required to hold the plane when WOT, and some charts or calculations that showed the static thrust being produced with a given amount of brake pressure. But then the amount of pressure varies with a lot of things, how wet they are, how worn they are etc. etc. An awful lot of scatter.
If you really wanted to do that sort of thing, the most practical thing to do with a reliable amount of precision would be to carry along a force gauge (digital fish scale more or less) with a bit of rope and tie the plane to a fence post with the force gauge and do a brief full power run and measure your static thrust directly, then interpolate performance based on that.
I don't know of anybody that's ever done that, ever. Why bother when the manufacturer has already tested all the permutations and conditions and produced performance charts, and all you need to do is plug in the numbers on the charts and follow the little lines to get reliable, conservative values.