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Im with matsuda on the commo v6. Would not waste my time. If you were sold a terrible sounding v6 though, it would only be feasible to put the factory supercharged engine in. With a few mods it could run 13's, but even then thats when it all runs out.
- Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:16 am
- Forum: Tuning Works
- Topic: 91 hc question about engine mods
- Replies: 6
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Chevyboy - Bigger injectors will give you zero horsepower gain, dont bother. A retune on the ecu, on the other hand, will give you noticeable gains when mixed with a suitable exhaust and cold air intake, would be well worth it. Jay929 - For the DOHC swap, you will need to swap the whole motor, you c...
Hmmm, interesting. But why bother? A 3.6L is still small, and 260hp is hardly bragging rights for the money he would have spent. Good to see theres some others out there giving it a go though.
Nah my 929 is sohc and my vl is was making bout the same power but was heaps lighter. 1290kgs vs 1460kgs ( reading off my rego papers ) but that wont matter when i 13bt it haha and the vl would smoke up all day long but i cant seem to get that from the 929.. oh well the 929 is SO much nicer to driv...
- Sun Feb 07, 2010 9:56 am
- Forum: Introductions
- Topic: Introducing myself - HC 929
- Replies: 7
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Oh yeah, that includes the new 2pac paint job too. I think that was around $500 worth of materials, including sand paper, primer, undercoat, base coat and clear coat, with all hardeners etc. Ive now given up trying to keep the cost down, as i have higher expectations for it now. Instead ill just spr...