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Profile Details
Profile Hits: 608
Drivetrain Class: RWD
Engine Class: 6 Cylinder Naturally Aspirated
Rating: average rating is 2.5 from 2 Votes  (2.5)
Profile Rankings
Profile Hits
Ranking: 326/356 326 / 356
Drivetrain Class HP
Ranking: 45/75 45 / 75
Drivetrain Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 42/50 42 / 50
Engine Class HP
Ranking: 10/31 10 / 31
Engine Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 16/20 16 / 20

General Information Car Directory
Member: VTwitRB
Vehicle: 1998 Holden Commodore VT ( More )
Location: Australia
Last Updated: 9th February, 2006
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VTwitRB's Comments:

Hi everyone. This is wot i call a project car. The standard ECOTECH V6 will soon be ripped out (for sale as well, completely rebuilt) and replaced with a Nissan RB26DETT, out of an R32 GTR. Thats right, an RB26 in a VT Commodore.

Modification Listing
Stereo System: $1300

The standard EUROVOX deck was pulled out along with the speakers. Ive replaced these with the new Alpine deck, 2 6in speakers, splitters and tweeters in the front doors, and 2 6x9's on the rear parcel shelf. The deck has been hooked up to a 500w Pioneer amp with pushes power to 2 8in orion subs in box.

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 200 wheel hp
0 - 100km/hr: 6.5
Quarter Mile: 15.6
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This isnt my actual car, but it gives u some idea of what im workin with

here is wot is goin innit. a 280kW as standard,RB26 twin turbo
Readers Comments
Posted by: zorb_rules on February 9, 2006 [ Car Profile ]

I have a mate who is doing a similar conversion it will require a lot of work changing the moutns, cutting some of the firewall and a few other bits and pieces (he is putting an rb26 (i think) out of his old skyline that he wrote off) into a vy commodore. Let me knwo if ya need any help I can speak to him for ya... good luck!

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