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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:42 pm 
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also different dynos give different results.... so where i went would more than likely be differen to the place ur mate went
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:47 pm 
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also different dynos give different results.... so where i went would more than likely be differen to the place ur mate went


What has your car got done. And OED ran his 165rwkw on 3 different Dynos on 3 different occasions

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:56 pm 
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67RCE wrote:
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also different dynos give different results.... so where i went would more than likely be differen to the place ur mate went


What has your car got done. And OED ran his 165rwkw on 3 different Dynos on 3 different occasions


intake exhaust and the tune
by different places i meant different company's. and i went to hpf
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:01 pm 
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also what ecu did ur mate run cause i keep gettin told au ecus s**t themselves with new cams
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 3:51 pm 
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timmy1300000 wrote:
67RCE wrote:
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also different dynos give different results.... so where i went would more than likely be differen to the place ur mate went


What has your car got done. And OED ran his 165rwkw on 3 different Dynos on 3 different occasions


intake exhaust and the tune
by different places i meant different company's. and i went to hpf


Intake, zorst and tune will not pull 145+ rwkw.... my old ED XR6, Exhaust, Intake and cam pulled 139rwkw, with a manual. OED has an ED ECU with a ChipTorque chip. if you went to HPF, take it elsewhere and get the AFR's checked, i have heard a few bad things about HPF from Falcon/Typhoon owners, so check to be safe.

Approx 125rwkw is where your's would be sitting without a cam

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:08 pm 
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67RCE wrote:
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also different dynos give different results.... so where i went would more than likely be differen to the place ur mate went


What has your car got done. And OED ran his 165rwkw on 3 different Dynos on 3 different occasions


intake exhaust and the tune
by different places i meant different company's. and i went to hpf


Intake, zorst and tune will not pull 145+ rwkw.... my old ED XR6, Exhaust, Intake and cam pulled 139rwkw, with a manual. OED has an ED ECU with a ChipTorque chip. if you went to HPF, take it elsewhere and get the AFR's checked, i have heard a few bad things about HPF from Falcon/Typhoon owners, so check to be safe.

Approx 125rwkw is where your's would be sitting without a cam


i was actually planning on going to bluepower for my next dyno and tune so we will see how it goes
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:28 pm 
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I have heard good things about bluepower, one question, is your AU an Auto or Manual? if its Auto, get 4:11's or a manual conversion, T56 FTW

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:49 pm 
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how well the ecu will run it will depend on what cam it is, but considering it would be getting tuned anyway this wouldn't be a problem.

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:08 pm 
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I have heard good things about bluepower, one question, is your AU an Auto or Manual? if its Auto, get 4:11's or a manual conversion, T56 FTW
lol its an auto and i love my auto lol its pretty quick as it is im lookin at gettin an lsd with 3:75's. 4:11 is a bit over the top for me i recon i drive alot and would eat the petrol.
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:09 pm 
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how well the ecu will run it will depend on what cam it is, but considering it would be getting tuned anyway this wouldn't be a problem.

so it puttin a cam in wouldnt be much of a problem if i got the car retuned?
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I have heard good things about bluepower, one question, is your AU an Auto or Manual? if its Auto, get 4:11's or a manual conversion, T56 FTW
lol its an auto and i love my auto lol its pretty quick as it is im lookin at gettin an lsd with 3:75's. 4:11 is a bit over the top for me i recon i drive alot and would eat the petrol.


4:11 does't chew fuel, Ghia5L got 50km's less in a 5.0L EB Ghia on the highway.....

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:02 pm 
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I have heard good things about bluepower, one question, is your AU an Auto or Manual? if its Auto, get 4:11's or a manual conversion, T56 FTW
lol its an auto and i love my auto lol its pretty quick as it is im lookin at gettin an lsd with 3:75's. 4:11 is a bit over the top for me i recon i drive alot and would eat the petrol.


4:11 does't chew fuel, Ghia5L got 50km's less in a 5.0L EB Ghia on the highway.....


That's super weird...when i went from 3.08 to 4.11 there was negligable difference around town, but on the highway down to 550-600 (instead of 600-650) per tank. If I did less highway driving I would have stuck with the 4.11's, but I changed to a t5 and also do 500km a week on the highway so went back to 3.7's.

 

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Posted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:05 pm 
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Ever thought of starting with just a BA Shell and building up your own perfect beast? I started out with a high km dual fuel winter white xt (~7K about a year ago, now should be even cheaper). Soon after, found a full xr6t driveline with 55000K on it ($3500). Full leather interior for $800, then color screen ICC/dual zone climate for $500. Did all the wiring myself, but left the engine install for a wreckers to take care of ($900). Also managed to find a genuine gt rear bar + sideskirts for 500, and a fibreglass BA GT front bar for 200. Best part of all of this is this car only costs $26 a week to run (at current LPG prices), and power is just a press of a switch away. Also reckon that theres nothing quite like watching your car grow, and knowing that you're the one who built it, probably learn to respect it a lot more too. I've been on P's the whole time i've had the car, and no problems with cops at all, polished front mount as well. Must be the LPG stickers, and the black side mouldings i've left on the car =P.

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Posted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:09 pm 
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Ever thought of starting with just a BA Shell and building up your own perfect beast? I started out with a high km dual fuel winter white xt (~7K about a year ago, now should be even cheaper). Soon after, found a full xr6t driveline with 55000K on it ($3500). Full leather interior for $800, then color screen ICC/dual zone climate for $500. Did all the wiring myself, but left the engine install for a wreckers to take care of ($900). Also managed to find a genuine gt rear bar + sideskirts for 500, and a fibreglass BA GT front bar for 200. Best part of all of this is this car only costs $26 a week to run (at current LPG prices), and power is just a press of a switch away. Also reckon that theres nothing quite like watching your car grow, and knowing that you're the one who built it, probably learn to respect it a lot more too. I've been on P's the whole time i've had the car, and no problems with cops at all, polished front mount as well. Must be the LPG stickers, and the black side mouldings i've left on the car =P.

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great work there.... wish i had the time/space for such a build up...

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:08 am 
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67RCE wrote:
150rwkw in a stock AU 6? Get your hand off it mate. OED666 has an N/A ED with an AU motor, headwork, cam, Pacie Comps, 3" zorst, T56, 4.11s and pulled 165rwkw and ran a 13.8. Your stock POS will be lucky to run a 15.999 and pull 115rwkw


well mate i think i nearly p****d myself reading this comment plus the others i have actually seen the dyno print out plus spoken to the block who tuned it i, and i guarantee it is 147rwkw more now that all the leaks are fixed.
i have never heard that a manual transmission gives you more power only that it changes the ratio's correct me if im wrong.
ouch 3" "zorst" thats a bit over kill for a 6 with only minor work
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