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Posted - 19 May 2010 :  12:43:52 PM  Show Profile Send SKDWGN a Private Message
 
I own a VQ statesman(fancy vn) converted it to a ser1 v6 vn was v8 with 194000 on the clock got a vn wagon ser2 as a skid car with 210000 on the clock and me n my mate are converting a vk wagon to a vn v6 the motor is a ser 1 top end and ser 2 bottom end with 80000 on the clock this site looks awesome so i joined
 

wheres theres smoke theres rubber
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Welcome to the family buddy!!
Can I ask why you changed out a V8 for a V6??
 

What's the difference between understeer and oversteer?
Understeer is when the driver is scared.
Oversteer is when the passenger is scared.
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Yes I was wondering the same thing!! Welcome to the site hope we can help you with anything you're heart desires lol
 

I'd gladly push my holden than drive a bloody ford!
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Posted - 19 May 2010 :  11:19:47 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message
 
Definitely isn't impossible to fit a VN V6 to a VK; When Holden were first field testing the V6, they fitted it to some VL mules, so as not to attract any attention from the media.
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There's a place called Gardner Engineering that can supply off the shelf wiring kits for the V6. I can't remember the phone number or website, but it's a lot easier and cheaper than hiring an auro sparky to do the conversion for you
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Posted - 25 May 2010 :  9:39:26 PM  Show Profile Send SKDWGN a Private Message
 
quote:
Originally posted by VNSVLE

Welcome to the family buddy!!
Can I ask why you changed out a V8 for a V6??


cheers mate. I changed it to a v6 so i could drive it on my red ps ill probley stroke the 304 to a 355
 

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Posted - 25 May 2010 :  9:43:26 PM  Show Profile Send SKDWGN a Private Message
 
quote:
Originally posted by Mechknight73

There's a place called Gardner Engineering that can supply off the shelf wiring kits for the V6. I can't remember the phone number or website, but it's a lot easier and cheaper than hiring an auro sparky to do the conversion for you


thanks mate but got the v6 in its ready to start just trying to get the fuel pump to work the wireing loom had all lpg set up though it so yeah otherwise it will fire up.
 

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Posted - 25 May 2010 :  11:29:12 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message
 
If all else fails, run a power lead from the ignition loom, with a relay if necessary. Makes for a useful kill switch as well
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quote:
Originally posted by Mechknight73

If all else fails, run a power lead from the ignition loom, with a relay if necessary. Makes for a useful kill switch as well


good idear mate might do that cheers
 

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One of the most interesting "immobilisers" I've ever heard of was on a '77 Ford LTD. 351 under the bonnet, C4 auto, but looks rough as guts. When you turn on the ignition on this one, you have to press a button under the dash, or power will divert from the coil straight to a "hot wire" under the seat. He was living in Mullewa at the time, a place in remote WA known for its "bored juvenile delinquents." They tried to steal it only once. He found it 20m down the road, with its door wide open. They never touched it again

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Posted - 27 May 2010 :  08:53:22 AM  Show Profile Send SKDWGN a Private Message
 
ahahaha thats gold i did what u said to do yesterday i think it was a pink wire i tapped into went to fire her up and the fuel pump **** it self i checked the fuses relay it was working fine untill we went to start it but yeah i think she is stuffed my mate who owns the car was spewing. lol
 

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