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Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by Adrian's Vr, May 5, 2019.
Im gonna start a fued. What is actually faster, A VR v6 or a VE v6 (3L and 3.6L)?
Down a mineshaft ? With Chev badges ?
If you want to supply a VR and a VE Im happy to push em off the cliff Oh and the VR is a 3.8L....its a silly question so you get a silly answer.....
Besides just google the specs and compare..there is no reward for post counts here and feeding trolls is frowned on
I im a little arg
The vr is a 3.8L but the ve sv6 3.6 has dohc so im seeing if anyone actually raced them, im rooting for the vr obviously but yeah its a on going fued
VR will win.
VE is too heavy and then will fault code when chain stretches.
Plus VR probably had a secret L67 conversion. And then the VE chain stretches.
Can't believe we'd even be having this discussion ??? Next it'll be what's faster an FJ or a HQ ?
Got my money on the fj with the old grey motor screaming
My ute with Pacies, exhaust, memcal and LSD would be on par with a VE 3.6. Once my CAI finally arrives I should get extra gains of around another 35-40RWHP. Then it will be a no brainer, VR would win hands down.
Well, it won't be my HG that's for sure. 161 Motor.
@delcowizzid races an old Buick V6, which puts out huge HP. Can't remember the figures but yeah it would cane a 3.6 DOHC no problems.
A 3.0 Allotec is 2994cc, or 182.7ci.
Therefore a VE Omega would be fastest because it is halfway between the mighty 179ci and the even mightier 186ci.
Some of us here are old enough to remember that the Buick V6 3.8 being used in the Formula Holden open wheelers.
Those formula Holden motors were cool.
The original VE omega with the old 4l60e was a slug.
Whats ur thoughts then
Oh yeah, that extra displacement makes the VR a sure fire winner.
Prepare to be disappointed.
Corrected the figures for you
Once my CAI finally arrives I should get extra gains of around another 7 to 10 RWHP
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