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200+ rwkw on a VE SV6

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Maccas90, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. VT-565

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    I'd be VERY surprised if any of these got to 200rwkw with bolt on mods (that includes cams).

    Forced Induction FTW
     
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    There's a VZ with cams NA on 250rwkw. Google performance manifolds
     
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    Nah more then that mate, much closer to 140-155rwkw's. Most sv6's put around 190rwhp standard, the SIDI's would be close to 210rwhp. That said i don't think you would see 200rwkw without opening the motor and at least chucking some cams in it.
     
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    200rwkw could be achieved with cams, exhaust and a tune mate. Thing is cams are not cheap for the alloytech.
     
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    No way, be lucky to get 145rwkw in a port injected motor
     
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    Well my SV6 only has a tune and it is putting out 148rwkw.....
     
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    fair enough mate, just abit skeptical as I've been on 2 dyno's with the same mods and had a 18rwkw difference.

    EDIT: didn't mean tp sound like a jackass, thats quite a good figure, didn't read the tune bit. How much did u pickup with the tune??
     
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    Can we just put an end to this thread.
    There is not a chance you will get 200kw @ the wheels on a VE V6 unless you go the forced induction method.
    The End
     
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    People said that about the Ecotec which started stock with 147 at the flywheel.

    Gilbs here on the forum managed to get 291hp (224kw) at the rears out of an N/A Ecotec.

    Pretty sure you can do it with an Alloytec....it's not hard to extract power out of a motor mate. You just need the money and the time.
     
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    If you guys are going to treat the CPR6 site as gospel, you should go through and have a good read and look at the figures.
    Impressive power, but have another look.
     
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    couldn't have said it better. Performance products are slowly coming available for the alloytecs, just the tuning has been slow
     
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    Yeah i forgot about the older v8s , im not dissing v6s tho, i still love my v6 ute goes well for what it is, kept me happy over my 3yrs on p's lol sorry mate
     
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    Bullshit. With an intake manifold, cams, a bit of headwork along with the usual exhaust and tune 200rwkw's could easily be achieved.
     
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    Whats your point?? The VZ performance manifold ute with cams, motec, 3" zorst, CPR6 etc makes around 250rwkw without forced induction. So it is possible.

    Thats what I meant.
     
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    i doubt that mate maybe 200 at the fly wheel. i dont think we will see 200 @ the wheels though even with cam and head work.
     
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    Why do you say that?? Back it up with some reasons!

    I dont think you know what you are talking about and am sure you will have to eat your words within a year or so!
     
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    It's the typical SS owner response...Should already be eating his words lol, there IS a VZ running around 250rwkw!!
     
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    My point being that the 'super' engine has a peak torque figure which arrives at 6400rpm then peak power at 7900rpm and while that is impressive, what are you going to do with that on the street?
    With the CPR6, 307hp at 6400rpm on a street engine which should work out to about 230rwhp.
    Nice power, but the big ticket engines there just aren't streetable IMO.

    So I don't think you will make 200rwkw with bolts ons.
     
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    I don't understand why so many people like to put down the ve v6? to the people that mod there v8 why didn't they buy an Audi
    R8 Or why not even the hsv 6.2 lol
     

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