Type: Posts; User: lmoengnr
Looks like an 'electronic rust prevention' gadget.
It was a complete crate engine.
I was quoted $8900 from the local Holden dealer spare parts department.
If it can last 4 weeks with the Vic Highway Patrol, it will be doing better than a lot of other cars.
There is a reason why they stick with the Commodores....
It was announced in December, available to service departments late January, and released to 'Spares' last week.
The latest release seems pretty well 'up to date'.
The latest is version 8418.
The CD I received with an E3 Maloo has HSV-14A-101901 printed on it.
That's even better!
I wonder if they use Takata air bags?
Increased plenum volume is always a good thing.
Does it affect bonnet clearance?
I had to pay $96.75 LCT when I signed up for a Magnum, subject to change.
The threshold will change before I take delivery, so that might decrease.
Maybe 435kws is at the wheels. :D
Are you in Melbourne? Is it the GTS with only 600kms on it?
Some us like utes, one screaming passenger is quieter than a whole car load of screaming passengers...
Love the Holden badges on the Chevy SS!
I saw it on a Harrop FB post, but no real details about it. I just wanted to see some schematics, or cut away views to see what their airflow management is like.
Speaking of Harrop, does anyone have any info about the new TVS 2650 blower?
It did cop the LS3 upgrade!
Should have gone 3".
Just leave it in Sport mode until you clear the hills.
Lets hope we still have a few Holden dealers left in 2019... 2018 will be a very lean year.
Its good to see executive managers finally being arrested, instead of engineers 'falling on their swords'...
I thought the LT5 designation was for a twin turbo 5.3?
If you can get under the car, use a wooden hammer handle to tap around the heat shields/things and see if you can replicate the rattle.
Being a vacuum, it should be less than atmospheric pressure(negative pressure).