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Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Maccas90, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. WogBoyz

    WogBoyz 435rkw/590rwhp

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    Yeah ive heard they have been in pretty high demand, let us know how ya go and deff pics :D
     
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    WogBoyz 435rkw/590rwhp

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    Getting my headers and cats fitted next friday and mafless tuned, will let you's know how it sounds
     
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    Sounds sweet putting the headers on will make you cream ya pants after just running a cat back, 100% better sound
    who is going to do your tuning I kept my maf on mine even tho the guy who tuned it tried to talk me out
     
  4. Maccas90

    Maccas90 We're only young once.

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    Ah all this talk is making me want to mod mine further! :(
     
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    lol yes just do it
     
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    Maccas90 We're only young once.

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    I want over 300rwkw if i do. What is involved in putting a bigger cam in?
     
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    WogBoyz 435rkw/590rwhp

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    hahah creaming pants sounds good, svs up here is doing the tune for me, pretty much only good place and they have done heaps of maf and mafless tunes so hopefully all goes well
     
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    Once you have a full exhaust system the out lay of a the rest of the cam and valvetrain is not all that much if you shop round.
    I wouldnt mind doing it but a have my race car to play with at the moment.
    Or you could put a blower on it, Just a thought
     
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    Maccas90 We're only young once.

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    I'd get Extractors, Hi Flow Cats, MAF OTR, Cam Kit and a Tune.
    Supercharger? I'm not made of money haha
     
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    It would be nice if we were but lol
     
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    one_and_only2004 Turbo L98 FTW

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    Just out of curiosity, why do you want to keep the MAF?
     
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    Maccas90 We're only young once.

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    I'd rather Turbo anyday.
     
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    Maccas90 We're only young once.

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    I was planning on keeping mine. Doesn't it help keep the car running how it should?
     
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    You wont make any more power with out it and mine is still under warranty so if i have any dramas i can put it all back it stockish if i have too.
    The guy who tuned mine said its basicaly just easier for him to tune and elminates any maf probs you might get down the track.
     
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    I have a custom turbo commodore man its a nightmare getting everything to work right.
    I Guess if you got a tried and tested kit it might mot be half the headache
    cause of the pain in the bum its been i wouldnt do it again
     
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    TinSnips Polish all the things...

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    The big reason to keep the MAF with a VCM intake is that it's one of the few OTRs that are legal. However if you rip the MAF out, it's not.

    But as said, VCM are claiming there's only 1-2rwkw difference with VEs when tuned appropriately. I know there are plenty of others who will argue that point - just saying what I've been told by VCM and the results they've achieved. The VE MAF is much less restrictive than older models.
     
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    xforcefreak1 301rwkw

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    Mate I've got a 2.5" system (catback, extractors) it gives good noise no drone...but i want something louder btw its all xforce...i would go with them
     
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    xforcefreak1 301rwkw

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    hey snips i know which 1 your talking about the blue 337 ute ay...(sound sick)
     
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    TinSnips Polish all the things...

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    yeah the blue ute on the Hitech channel is fantastic. Not sure what's done to it though. I'd imagine 1 3/4 hitech headers and their 2.5 inch cat back.
     
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    Jarp Surely You Jest

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    Man 40 pages on this thread...you'd have to wonder if the 8 in V8 is more a reference to IQ rather than cylinders :boxing: :rofl2:
     
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