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Discussion in 'VB - VK Holden Commodore (1978 - 1985)' started by Shifty1, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. Shifty1

    Shifty1 New Member

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    Hey guyss

    do extractors exist for the starfire engines? if so, where will i find them? Wreckers?


    thnx
     
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    I'm pretty sure extractors do exist for the 4cyls. Well, the exist for a 3cyl charade, so I don't see why not. Plus i'm pretty sure my ex's 4cyl VH had them.

    As for finding them, yeah check out the wreckers, if not ring around a few exahust places. Maybe they can help.
     
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    tigervh SS.....smokin....!

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    Yeah they used to be avaliable, ask at any exhaust shop, they will be able to look it up their catalogues for you.
     
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    If you can't buy them off the shelf, you could get them custom made. But is it worth it? You won't gain anything.

    Sorry, just telling the truth, no mean to **** on you or anything.
     
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    Goon Scientific Tuning

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    Gain torque, better pickup, easier on the temperture and the fuel.
     

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