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Drivetrain Class: RWD
Engine Class: 6 Cylinder Turbo Charged
Rating: average rating is 2.65 from 20 Votes  (2.65)
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Ranking: 42/51 42 / 51
Drivetrain Class HP
Ranking: 23/75 23 / 75
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Ranking: 5/10 5 / 10
Engine Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 7/7 7 / 7

General Information Car Directory
Member: ExAreSix
Vehicle: 2003 Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo ( More )
Location: Australia
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ExAreSix's Comments:

XR6 Turbo, Sequential Shift Automatic. Mercury Silver in colour. Grey interior. Sports bar. Rides on Enkei RPO2 wheels. 17x8 on front, 17x9 on rear. Car is stock bar rear muffler removed.

Modification Listing
Exhaust System:

Rear Muffler removed.

Exterior: $3000

Enkei RPO2 Wheels and rubber

Interior: $200

Autometer Boost Guage

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 270 wheel hp
Torque: 450 Nm
0 - 100km/hr: 5.9
Quarter Mile: 14.1

Performance Comments:

I have yet to run it down to 1/4. This figure is an estimate. I think it may even go quicker. Maybe sub 14...

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Readers Comments
Posted by: timtx5 on May 28, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

Hey looking at your dyno sheet you are from townsville? Think I saw it at ingham on the weekend too.

Nice car hey!

Where did you take those pictures? Mt stuart or somewhere else?

Posted by: ExAreSix on May 29, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

Thanks mate.

Yeah, I'm from Townsville. And yes, you probably did see it at Ingham. wink.gif

The pics were taken on Stuart

Posted by: ODIN on May 29, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

Damn nice looking car cool.gif

Posted by: Guest_Chemical on October 10, 2003

Love your alloys!

Posted by: Guest_Chemical on October 10, 2003

Just too bad my Turbo's quicker - 320+Kw (Racing chip, extractor, computer tuned) thanks to herrods!

Posted by: timtx5 on October 11, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

So you have extractors on a turbo, and also got your computer chipped, and then got the original computer tuned as well?

Posted by: Guest_lee181818 on January 20, 2004

wacko.gif i recon what kinda F#ing w#nker Putts extractors on a turbo? is that even possible? maybe he means he put a bigger down pipe on it? or he dosen't know what he is talking about or he is just speeking shit i donno. wacko.gif

Posted by: Van454 on December 1, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

You got that right this guy is a tool. You can't put a chip in the Ford eecv, even if it is a "racing chip", whatever the fuk that is. The ecu has to be remapped. I guess he's thinking of the old Delco unit from the commodores. Oh yeah and you can get extractors for turbo cars, but the gain is less than in aspirated cars so it wouldn't be on the top of the list of mods unless you've got more money than sense.

Posted by: zorb_rules on December 2, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Actually your wrong thier cause my old mans xr6turbo was chipped you can put a chip in the new BA's but you still have to run the standard computer aswell. this is because the stndard comp runs all the warnmings and safety system etc.. etc.. but it is possible to be chipped it cost my old man 650 bucks though but ive forgotten where it was done I will find out for you's though. Although after chipping the car we found out it was cheaper to get a second aftermarket ecu and piggyback this off the original so that the factory ecu still kept safety features but the new comp was able to increase power.

Posted by: Skena on December 17, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Alrite, we have someone that can read a herrod's ad in a car magazine saying that they have packages catering up to 320kw.
As for the extractors thing, there is really no such thing as extractors for a turbo car. The equivelant is a tuned length manifold, in which each pipe leading off the side of the block from the exhaust port is the same length from each cylinder to the turbos compressoer housing. The reason for this is it is meant to provide a more prodictable and linear gas flow to the turbo.
As for chipping a BA falcons ecu, although im not sure, it would be more likely it is chipped than re mapped, as most modern ecu's don't allow it. You could run an aftermarket ecu, and like mentioned above, the original needs to be retianed to allow things like airbags and the like to remain functional.

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