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Let me know if you find any decent prices/places jimbo!

cheers!

Vebbers

No problems mate, The cheapest I have found so far is $435, MAYBE if we can get enough people we can organise a sorta group buy?

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180.7rwkw after todays tuning at CV Performance :)

Running 95 premium too so it might have been a few higher with 98 :P

It was at 153rwkw stock and after ph4490, cat, xforce catback, cai and a capa flash tune it was at 165 so not much of a gain without the custom tune :)

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No problems mate, The cheapest I have found so far is $435, MAYBE if we can get enough people we can organise a sorta group buy?

That sounds like an idea..I think I put it in the 'ideas for group buys' section along with the underdrive. ill see how that's going.

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180.7rwkw after todays tuning at CV Performance :)

Running 95 premium too so it might have been a few higher with 98 :P

It was at 153rwkw stock and after ph4490, cat, xforce catback, cai and a capa flash tune it was at 165 so not much of a gain without the custom tune :)

hey man im looking to do the exact same mods just wondering what was the price for everything drive in and out thanks champ

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Not much... If I could go back in time then I'd stick to just the x-force catback to give it a nicer sound, going from 150 to 180kw for 3k isn't really worth it.

But then again if I could go back in time then I'd know the outcome of lottery draws and wouldn't have to worry about money...

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3 k all up sounds about right, but if you do it bit by bit it doesnt seem like that much :) im in the process of doing my ba 4 spd auto, exhaust done so far.. running 2.5inch stainless and 4490's + new cat obviously, costed me ummmz 1490. got quoted 990 for tune including capa tuner. just dunno if I wanna both, or just sell up and get a turbo when I get off my p's

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3 k all up sounds about right, but if you do it bit by bit it doesnt seem like that much :) im in the process of doing my ba 4 spd auto, exhaust done so far.. running 2.5inch stainless and 4490's + new cat obviously, costed me ummmz 1490. got quoted 990 for tune including capa tuner. just dunno if I wanna both, or just sell up and get a turbo when I get off my p's

Wait for the T :)

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the last dyno I had she ran 238rwkw at elite auto

mods . garrett turbo

stock xr6t manifold and dump

3 in exhaust, metal cat

exedy clutch

xr6t t5 5 spd

6 psi

xr6 t injectors

gfb boost controller

nothing special at all

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Hi, thought I would post my details as follows:

BA XR6 NA

CAI

Pacer Headers

Hi flow cat & 2.5" exhaust

Powerdrive underdrive pulley

ECU edit (Bob Romano Performance Motors Brisbane)

188.7 rwKW''s (4th gear manual)

I thought that's a fair effort for an NA - drives and sounds very smooth.

Cheers

James

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Hi Romanoo,

Have the 4490's installed.

Two weeks after the tune and very happy - definitely has some additonal pickup :-)

Getting traction to the rear wheels seems a problem now. Have to be careful at the lights not to dial in to much loud pedal.

- damm I wonder how those turbo's manage to maintain any grip at all !

JPY

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Hi, thought I would post my details as follows:

BA XR6 NA

CAI

Pacer Headers

Hi flow cat & 2.5" exhaust

Powerdrive underdrive pulley

ECU edit (Bob Romano Performance Motors Brisbane)

188.7 rwKW''s (4th gear manual)

I thought that's a fair effort for an NA - drives and sounds very smooth.

Cheers

James

gday mate whats CAI stand for?
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Hi Romanoo,

Have the 4490's installed.

Two weeks after the tune and very happy - definitely has some additonal pickup :-)

Getting traction to the rear wheels seems a problem now. Have to be careful at the lights not to dial in to much loud pedal.

- damm I wonder how those turbo's manage to maintain any grip at all !

JPY

a large set of feet in the rear guards seem to do the trick..

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Just Got my 03 Ba Ute dynoed. she made 176.3kw with

-extractors

-hi-flow 2.5" cat

-custom 2.5" exhaust

-3" intake piping

-Xr6t snorkel.

-Hole in lower part of the airbox with a $2.50 piece of pvc pipe directed towards the headlight :construction: hahaha

-K&N Pod filter

-Powerbond underdrive

Yet to be tuned..

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When I get my tax moolah back I'll be dropping in a set of Crows stage 2 cams as well as a flash tune.

tekani, that's similar to what I did with the airbox. I had a 25mm piece of dwv running from either side of the headlights connecting to the airbox. I got rid of it soon as I got my typhoon intake, didn't see much of a difference really, I don't think the original set up would have been all too efficient haha.

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Hey guys so I have a 2009 fg g6 completely stock except my knn air filter and “2.5” red back exhaust system I’m on my red p plates so can’t do a whole lot with the car and am getting told a lot of different things will work best so I’m just trying to see what other people have done and getting a few extra inputs was thinking about going for the extractors and high flow cat before a tune is it really worth it or am I better off just re tuning until I can go for the supercharger or turbo??

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Get a LSD first and foremost. BF diffs will fit your fg but not Ba (obviously FG diffs will also fit but that shouldnt need be said). High flow cat and headers will help loads. Look around if you can find a second had CAI. I picked up a growler and custom piping for $200. Also save a bit of money for a 20% underdrive pulley. A tune after all that would tie it all in nicely but holding off till you get a turbo is purely up to how much money you are willing to throw at it, because no matter what it will need to be tuned or re-tuned once you get a turbo.

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