Holden Commodore VR V6 With T70 Turbo. Startup, idle and small revs
Just testing out the new HD camera, figured I might as well do a new video
showing what the car is like now. Still very much a work in progress, shown
by mismatched leads and cable ties.
But for those who are interested, the simple specs are:
Factory Unopened L27 Buick V6 Engine
(decent) Chinese T70 0.70 front 0.84 rear (Running 10psi atm)
DSR 38mm Wastegate with 7.4psi spring
Tial "styled" 50mm Blow off valve
Bosch EV1 44lb Injectors
GM 2 bar MAP sensor
Re-tuned delco ecu for all mods
Full 3" Intercooler piping
with a 600x300x76 FMIC
Full custom made 3" Exhaust with 2
Using factory drivers manifold with custom crossover pipe merges into
custom passengers manifold then into the turbo
Shift kitted / Corvette servo fitted 4l60E transmission with large trans
Car has done upwards of 2500km since this most recent setup and has been
handling it quite well, only problems so far have been the air filter, and
leads melting but apart from that, it's been a real pleasure. Next on the
list is some form of locked diff, and a few more psi in the intake!
VS Commodore 4.2L Twin Turbo
first time i've had it home with the 4.2L in. tuning is not finished but
the idle is certainly alot meaner than before.
sounds better with speakers that have some bass as it sounds really whiney
and tractor-like otherwise.
vt commodore muck around
vt commodore during storms in beach carpark 2007. I disabled comments due
to so much hate towards this video.
How to Turbo - Part 1
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show how to make it faster.
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