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My VT Exec SII

MIG.29

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VT Exec SII Now SS Kitted

Here's a few pics of my daily drive!

VT Executive Series 2:

Current mods include,
Performance chip
1.9:1 high ratio rockers
Pacemakers with 2.5" Redback cat back twin tip
69mm throttle body
15mm Plenum spacer
Pod filter
SL front, SSL rear
19" VE Chrome Supersports
VT SS Kit with VX SS Rear Spoiler
VZ Black leather seats (full electrics)
Maloo LSD Diff with 3.46 gears
 

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MIG.29

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Hey guys,

I've been contemplating on getting some 3.45 lsd gears for my diff just not sure on were to go and how much it'll cost to get done.
Next would probably be a tune to get everything fine tuned and see what Kws are at the wheels!
Any suggestions?

Cheers, Migs.
 

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You don't use a lid on the Air Box or was it just removed?

Nice ride.
 

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hey mate

good looking ride, nice and clean

just a few quick questions where did u get the braded line and was it worth it?

also where did ya get that metal piping connected to the pod?

cheers
 

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Cheers boyz,

The pod filter sits in the old filter box which I decided to leave on, I figured it would help to protect the pod from all the heat that comes from the engine it's self. I then bought an over the radiator CIA and pointed the elbow to the pod, so that all the air that's picked up is forced into the pod. It's made quite a noticable difference when the motor is worm.
As for the piping, it is actually plastic and I picked it up fron Autobarn, along with the blue silicon elbow.
The braided hose was purchased from good old Ebay and it just slides over the existing rubber hose. It's all just for looks but I've just tried to tidy the bay up a little. Next I'm thinking of sprying the alternater black and I've also got a black sway bar to be put on.
I'll take some more photos as I go along.

Cheers
 

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Nice, Whats your non daily driver?
 

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Hey Wogboyz,

The blue silicon elbow was a bit of a prick to get on as it's made to fit a 3" pipe but the TB and Maf are just that little bit larger, so I had to shave a bit off the inside of the silicon and forced it on. As for the pod filter side of the Maf you can buy an adaptor kit for a VT, which comes ready with a tiny hole to fit the air flow sesor on to.

Here's a couple more picks for you to see!
 
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Hey Nick,

Good luck with the sale of you VT, it's a nice looking car man!

As for my none daily drive, until about six months ago it was an XB coupe. It's as I call it, the story of my life. Bought a house, got married, had a kid!! Bye bye the hobbie!
She still wasn't registered after 7 years of owning it, and it needed a bit of work done to get on the road so I decided to sell it.
 
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