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2010 Black SV6 SIDI

Discussion in 'VE - WM' started by monkeyboy, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. monkeyboy

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    Thought it was time I posted up some pics and details of my ride if anyone's interested in taking a squiz :surprise:

    Model: MY10 SV6 SIDI

    Colour: Phantom Metallic (Black)

    Engine: 3.6L

    Power: 168.3rwkw (C&A Auto Fashion dyno)

    Exhaust: Pacemaker headers (PH5080) X-Force quad mufflers, 2.25" exhaust, original cats.

    Trans: 6 speed semi-auto

    Suspension: King Springs, KHRL-152SSL rears, KHFL-150SSSL fronts

    Brakes: PBR slotted/cross drilled rotors

    Lights: 6000k HID low beam & 6000k HID Fog lamps, SSV tail lights

    Interior: SAAS pedals, custom car seat covers from Ultimate Auto Trim - Home EVO Prosport digital oil pressure and air/fuel gauges Prosport Gauges Evo series gauges, EVO Red and Blue digital gauges

    Audio:Clarion XR2110 monoblock Clarion Australia | XR2110, Pair of Pioneer TS-W309S4 12" single coil 4 ohm Champion Series Subs Pioneer TS-W309S4 (TSW309S4) 12" Single 4 Ohm Champion Subwoofer
    Clarion XR2410 4 channel amp,Clarion Australia | XR2410 iPod adaptor.

    Bodykit: Standard, deleted spoiler, debadged

    Wheels: 20" Status Knight 5...Falken PT722's

    Other: MACE Engineering tuned, SS Inductions Growler CAI Growler Cold Air Induction Holden VE V6 Holden Performance Enhancers, 102mm HSV MAF pipe, oil catch can, front and rear parking sensors with LCD display Front & rear parking sensor system Dual CPU PRK902


    Here's some Youtube clips too:
    2010 VE SV6 SIDI with Pacemaker headers, Growler CAI and X-Force Mufflers.wmv - YouTube Drive-by clip
    VE SV6 SIDI in-cabin engine and exhaust sound.wmv - YouTube In-cabin clip...Sounds alright :)
    Prosport Evo Series gauges in 2010 VE SV6 Holden Commodore.avi - YouTube Gauges
    2010 VE SV6 0 to 100kph - YouTube 0 to 100kph
    SV6 with headers/exhaust/growler CAI and big MAF pipe - YouTube Cruising clip
     

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    Nice ride buddy!

    Chuck some 20's on there and should be sweet! :)
     
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    Sweet ride mate. Any more plans?
     
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    Cheers Flabby :) I'm due for some new tyres soon and will replace the factory rims/yokahamas with some 20's for sure. The hardest thing is finding rims I like though... I've gotta find a style that have have a tough, old school look.
     
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    I know most people get these rims on, but i reckon they look sick and would suit your car.

    taken from user Tony_Montana78 on ls1 Phantom VE SSV - finally! - Page 2
     

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    Looks good mate
     
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    Nice ride. Do you work at like an Autobarn type place?
     
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    Thanks...and no, I avoid Ricebarn as much as I can.
     
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    I like the look of the big MAF pipe. Did it take much to fit?
     
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    Cheers man. I wasn't too bad to fit actually. I had to trim down the ends to make it the right length...but the important bit was removing just enough at each end so it would have the bends exaclty right to fit. I bought it from ebay for about 120 bucks if I remember right, which is pretty exxy for a length of rubber hose, but I wanted to get rid of the airbox with all its noise supressing chambers and restrictive nooks and crannies.

    And plumbed into a Growler I reckon it probably pulls in as much air as anything else on the market.
     
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    How did the diameter of the pipe work out for clamping onto your throttle body?
    Do those growler kits have an oiled filter?
     
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    The inner diameter of the pipe is 102mm and the outer diamer of the MAF is...well to be honest I'm not sure, but pretty close to 102mm. A ring clamp is all you need to get a tight seal. The Growlers do have an oiled filter, which reminds me I should wash it and oil it up.
     
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    I had a oiled K&N filter on my old VT for a while.
    Oil particles got on the MAF and caused it to give eratic readings.
    Love your set-up, but there's no way i'll ever run an oiled filter again. Not worth it.
     
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    Yeah I know what you're saying...in fact now that I think of it, I'm not sure if the pod on a Growler even needs oil. I'll have to find out...
     
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    i have those in 19ch and grey on my sv6 i reckon grey would look great on your car
     
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    Very nice man! I've seen your videos on YouTube before! I was interested in the same extractors and leaving the stock cats... Did you get yours ceramic coated? Did you have any problems with the stock Cat? And if you don't mind me asking how much did you pay for installation? Feel free to PM me.
     
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    I was just about to ask the same question as Atomic, If you could tell me all the details aswell if you're going to be giving Atomic the heads up that'd be great!

    And again... Nice car! :)

    Thanks buddy.
     
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    Cheers for the kind words blokes. I had the headers and X-Force resonators fitted by Ringwood Exhaust for $1600.
     
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    Beast car mate! Looks mint...would definatley want to hear what it sounds like for a sv6 with the growler and headers :D
     
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