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Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by KARTAL, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. Jarp

    Jarp Surely You Jest

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    Thanks for the info Steve. What sort of numbers do you expect we might see on your SIDI tunes with extractors and CAI...ie RWKW and Nm? Do you also expect similar gains with the Mace spacers on the SIDI as you would of with the previous alloytec?


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    Na that's a different one. Don't think that one will ever get finished :(

    Yes to the spacers and similar to what other tuned SIDI's are currently getting :)
     
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    My missus SVZ got an extra 25hp from a tune. What is everyone else getting out of them ?
     
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    Tri-ys exist for V8 pacemaker make them among others. from my understanding tri-ys can only exist on a V8 sort of on a straight 6 but not a true tri-y. 2 Ys into 1 Y gives you 3 or tri ys in a straight 6's it's actually 3 Y into 2 into 1 or some cheaper brands 3 primaries into 2 into 1 i still see these called tri-ys
     
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    25rwhp peak is about average a good tuner will gain you alot in the 2000-400rpm range though. look at some of Dale's alloytec tunes i've seen him net as much as 40-50rwhp in that part of the rev range and thats where you want that power. too many tuners don't bother with the actual part of the rev range we use most.
     
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    Yeah...I'm hoping for a bit of a gain down low too...I don't really want to be ringing the cars neck all the time.

    Edit: Not that I do that of course ;)
     
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    Really? 40-50hp gains in the midrange on a completely stock vehicle ?
     
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    Yep look up torquives car he got a che tune done and i believe he only has a K&n filter with a 2 hole mod but defiantly a stock exhaust and he got like 45rwhp gain through the mid range. the wonders of continuous cam phasing. problem is most tuners don't bother developing tunes for the alloytec they just play with the spark and fuel get a gain of 15-25 rwhp through the rev range take their money hand the keys back and are happy. talk to so many tuners and it scares me when they say holden got the cam phasing right from factory no need to touch it. obviously they didn't hence why Dale's getting the much bigger gains through the mid range.
     
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    oh, so not standard then. Thanks.
     
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    had a SIDI in yesterday for extractors and cat back, then a tune, ended up at 187rwkw. unfortunatly i didnt get a chance to do a before run on it as i was in late. but it made 174 with the extractors and cat back
     
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    lol thought 180ish was quite achievable and now 190 might be......excellent xmas present news Dale can't wait as I'm just grinn'n like a little kid :)
     
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    Dale I totally like your comment FTW!! SIDI motors are awesome. Are there any tables in the software for the stratified injection mode ? perhaps turn off the NoX monitoring ?
     
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    187rwkw!!!!! ####kkkkk
     
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    Best sooo pumped to get mine in!!!
     
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    200rwkw doesn't seem too hard afterall :D
     
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    i dont think 200rwkw is going to be as simple as that, usually a CAI will get a couple and cats will get couple thats still 8 or so short..

    these motors are **** loads better than the previous version..
     
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    I'm sure if Phil gets the CPR6 SIDI compatible it'd be pretty easy.
     
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    What about an E85 tune Dale thats worth about 10rwkws on a V8 surely it would response similarly?
     
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    i cant use the sct boxes on these cars so if it was tuned with e85 it would have to be a pure e85 tune which is not much use to anyone..
     
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    what sort of rwnm are you getting?
     

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