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304 extracor question

dastig

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Hey all,
I have a VT 5.0L and I am wondering if all the 304 motors have the same part number for the extractors or is there body restraints? I assumed vn & vp would be the same and VR & VS the same, or are all the extractors interchangeable??

Thanks guys and gals:w00t:
 

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they are all the same block, it's just all the engine bays are different so I wonder if each model had to have it's own bend. The VT had a roller cam, but it's still the same block.
 

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part number depends on brand of header. pacemaker are ph5050. you have to make sure that whatever you get is for a vt with whatever options you have too.
 

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they will be different to VN-S headers for sure, as the rack will be in a different position and the motor will physicaly sit in a different place to the VN-S cars
 

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i been recomended the pacemaker extractors the best for vt 5.0. people reckon they been happier with them than with diflippo


anyone else got got them on there vt5.0 are you happy with them.????
 

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Id say the diflippos make more power and the would actually fit properly in a VT. if I could afford them I'd choose them
 

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go to the pacemaker website and check their listings, will tell you exactly what part numbers will fit in what models etc
 

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VN-VR are all the same, the VS changed depending on variable speed sensitive steering and hi torque starter, then the VT was different again. The VT has twin cats. Some VN-VS's had twin cats but only in the HSV range.

Pacemaker are very good, Difillipo are good but a bit over priced IMO. Interestingly, have a look at the Advance Headers website, they put Pacemaker and Difillipo lower than their own in performance.
 
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