VH Commodore SL/E - Shannons Club TV - Episode 25
Shannons Club TV hosted by Mark Oastler & Joe Kenwright talk about Australia's rich motoring history on the road and in competition. Episode 25 features the VH Commodore SL/E.
Holden VH Commodore Test/Tune Runs
First Dyno Run, as purchased - No mods (1st 340.1hp, 2nd, 356.1hp) First Passes at the track as Dyno'd Second track meet - minor tuning mods, big ignition breakdown at top of track (around 6500rpm), brakes couldn't hold the car on the line due to lack of vacuum Third Meet - New Brakes, upgraded to MSD ProBillet, new plugs & leads, new slicks and fresh tune...unfortunately time sign wasn't working but ran a PB of 11.14 which was the quickest the car ran before the new work was done
VH Commodore V8 twin turbo
Luke's Holden VH Commodore has been given a through update. Using a stock bottom end GM L98 6-litre V8 engine, power comes from a pair of non intercooled eBay turbochargers running on E85 ethanol. Even on low Boost the car is making around 480kW to the wheels. http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au
Holden VH Commodore - Unique Cars magazine
In our list of Holden's top ten, the VH Commodore SL/E comes in at number eight. Another milestone car for Holden with the VH Commodore... The Commodore was Holden's answer to the Europeans in the early 1980s with their ahead of the time trip computer and cruise control that saw Holden further advance their already iconic sedan. Still remembered for its shadow-tone paint option, the VH Commodore in the early 80s was on the cutting edge of technology and presented a truly aspirational Holden for family-car buyers.