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InSaNe_InK
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Posted - 25 Jun 2012 :  10:06:29 PM  Show Profile  Click to see InSaNe_InK's MSN Messenger address Send InSaNe_InK a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
hello all long time no talk got a fast question for you all, my mate has a vr with the vn s2 motor and box, just wondering if the ecotec box would fit onto the s2 buick motor

thanks all
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Posted - 25 Jun 2012 :  10:19:24 PM  Show Profile Send VNGRPA a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
they used different gearbox's the vn used a 4l60 and the vr and vs used a 4l60-e the only main difference i can see out of them is the vr and vs auto had the power button, I'm shore you would be able to use them on a vn engine
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Posted - 26 Jun 2012 :  9:27:48 PM  Show Profile Send VNSVLE a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
You need the ecm from a VR to be able to control the transmission. As the VR had the series 2 buick engine as standard with the 4l60e behind it this should not be a difficult task.
Can I ask why you are wanting to??
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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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