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Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Maccas90, Jun 30, 2010.
wow, 9150rpm!! thats crazy. Might give him another call haha.
omg, 9150 revs! thats some serious rpm
Sure is a lot...no wonder he has "the machine that goes ping"
Thats still streetable
yeah that'd be impressive if you could do it 'safely'. 8800rpm is still good considering
hence why his 240rwkw alloytec isn't a streetable option one gutless below 4000rpm two poor longevity.
you would be suprised as the sidi has being detuned by holden using the computer this ends up affecting the overall tune of the sidi, resulting in tunes gaining 15rkw to no extra rkw no idea why they beleive it's something to do with holdens software and components used compared to the us 3.6.
I originally bought the sidi sv6 thinking that i could make 210rkws easy after some after market mods and a tune when i got around to investigating more there wasn't much out at the time but this was back in oct 2010 so the may be something i can do now that will get it close if not im buying a ssv.
Does any one have actually dyno papers to upload? U never seem to see them
I'm waitin to get custom hi flow cats an pipes fitted from my sidi ports and plan get Holden service my gear box then go do a dyno run ill deff upload my sheet
Car has OTR still needs be fitted has SS intake at moment, power bond pulley kit
Custom 2 1/2 exhaust with 2 hotdogs & stainless cat backs quad 2 1/2 tips
Gear box has been remapped
This video is the most impressive and the reason why i am doing my mods
I deff trust this video 100% cause very well know work shop and mechanic
185 rear wheel kw from a 3.6L sidi with bolt on mods and basic tune
PM me your sheet when you get it since I wanna know.
But remember that car is also an Auto (just incase yours in Manual) so manual read out will be higher.
251rwkw at 6psi
turbo kit from Castle Hill Performance.
I'm more curious to see what they run NA.
that car made 120rwkw stock, increase of 131rwkw.
A person from Castle hill claim that same ve Calais that made 185 kw on that video only made 169 rear wheel kw on there dyno one the workers told me that this afternoon so it's hard to judge
I'm ether going to chip torque or hi torque performance in the GOLDCOAST to get my reading done as they r both good trusted work shops and might consider a tune with them if they can do that
My car is auto & my engine is only the 3L 190kw at the fly stock
I'm really not interested in paying $500+ for a remote tune
More like the other way round, his dyno reads notoriously accurate (when you calculate mph) my VE made 271rwkw on CHP dyno, 280+ at every other dyno it's ever been on. So take that as you will, the mph was bang on for ~270kw aswell. I remember at the last dyno day held there a lot of ego's been shattered because their car made 20rwkw less than the disney dyno they usually use lol.
Focus more on the gain, not the final figure.
I agree with u I actually trust the video of a more true reading but again the video is uploaded by the OTR manufacture of course the video is done by a high respected work shop & mechanic but they r of course partners and have sponsor ship from that OTR brand so it would not surprise me the video is tricked up like the dyno set different to make a higher out out to make there brand compare over the competition
I also trust the comments I got on Facebook from I think ether the owner of castle hill or one the engineer/ mechanics saying that same car the ve calais in the video i posted only made 169rwkw on there dyno 16kw lower then the video I posted of course as u said its the dyno that makes the reading they always can be off
What I don't understand is why I never see more then 1 shoot out in videos like this ? Maybe they use the best run cause in my opinion I would want to run it 3 times to check the end result each time then I can also add them up and get a average reading
Anyway the tread is bout 200rwkw + on a Ve the thread is old but was in sticky so i bring it back up
Today apparently with full exhaust extractors hi flow cats OTR and new mace billet cams some people have said recently they get 216rwkw from the LLT sidi engine
Here video of that blue car claims 216 rwkw http://youtu.be/4SBtt34Ie5U
The utes sound even tuffer due to more custom exhaust system
Not sure if any of the a I've cars have the new mace manifold spacers or powe bond pulley kit with the race balancer if not those added mods of course will increase the end out out us the gain & torque through out the The rpm
Mace manifold spacers the biggest one 25 mm high claim a 10% increase in torque through out the rpm range that's impressive for us SIDI engine owners cause they really are gut less below 2500 rpm
My engine being the LF1 3L is again a lot
Less torque then most of you out there with the 210kw sidi 3.6L
No way you have that much KW you would only have about 140kw at the back wheels I have a my12 sv6 with the LFX and only get 155kw at the wheels with many mods done including OTR.Mace 12mm intake spacer. 20% underdrive pulley and 2.5 inch twin pacemaker exhaust I hope this makes it on here as this is the second one I wright as I am unable to find the first one on here.
Those are basic mods. Has it been tuned? Is it auto or manual. Seeing as manual's lose around 20% of power from flywheel to rear wheel it should atleast produce 160rwkw stock.
Sorry to dig up old threads.. Just had my first dyno tune. 2007 VE SV6 5spd Auto. Car produced 165rwkw. Mace cams, Orrsom OTR, Pacemaker extractors, 100cpsi cats and a 2.25 catback.
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