How to Build A Burnout Car - VP Commodore V6.
500 dollar car, less than 200 dollars of parts, 4 weekends of work, this is
the outcome. This car is not finished and there will be more videos posted,
we're hoping to put a bigger motor into it soon.
So, what did you think?
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10-second LS1 Street Commodore built in 2 weeks
Mark Sass has transformed this once V6 nugget VX Holden Commodore into a
tough 10-second street car in a mere two weeks. The 3.8L V6 was ditched in
favour of a 346ci LS1 engine, with the only internal change being a Nitrous spec camshaft. Other modifications
include a 200hp Nitrous system, FAST
intake manifold, Holden 3.7:1 LSD rear end (still retains factory IRS) and
a turbo400 3spd transmission.
Mark drove the car to Calder Park on skinny MT 235 Drag Radials, ran a
solid 10.3-second pass and drove home, the car's best MPH was 133mph.
Tough VN SS street car - 427 Holden power
Phil's VN Commodore SS is powered by a 427ci twin throttle Holden V8 engine
featuring a C.O.M.E Racing alloy block built by Advanced Engine Performance
making 675hp on 98 unleaded pump fuel. The car hooks up well through 255
LS1 Power - Turbo VN Commodore
Jason's Holden VN Commodore LS1PWR hits the drag strip for the first time
in two years. The car had run into the 9s using a stock internal 346ci
engine but is now powered by a 408ci stroker V8. The turbocharged VN blazes the tyres before netting a
9.45 at 152mph pass.