Holden starfire turbo




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  • Turbo? I want to know what you all think. I know many of you will say, Plus, with a Starfire the car would remain all Torana, and all Holden.

    Dec 10, Wow, I never knew they ever did a factory Starfire Turbo! . The Starfire is a perfect example of how an Holden engine can be improved from its.

    View Full Version: Holden Starfire 4 They may be ideal for turbo or supercharging and may show huge improvement but no-one has ever.

    Holden starfire turbo

    Holden starfire turbo

    Mud Run - gallery. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This engine was painted Red, slightly redder than the earlier "red" motors which looked orange compared to the VK FI motor. The Commodore Executive was basically a Commodore SL appointed with automatic transmission and power steering, and was aimed at capturing the fleet market, a market that Holden had lost its share in when the smaller bodied Commodore originally replaced the Kingswood.

    Holden starfire turbo

    Holden starfire turbo

    Holden starfire turbo

    Holden starfire turbo

    Holden starfire turbo

    vc - vh starfire 4cyl engine! [Archive] - COMESEEORLANDO.INFO

    Choice of turbo for a Holden I've started the rebuild on my EK wagon and I've decided to go with a turbo. The basic specs of the car will be I don't know anything about compressor maps or different housings etc so I was after some advice on a suitable turbo, either aftermarket or from another make of car.

    I haven't sorted the exhaust manifold so I don't have to stick to a particular flange. I'm aiming for around the hp mark which will be about double what it currently has!

    Holden starfire turbo

    I'd think a T28bb would be the best turbo for this application? Quick spool on a 3. You would expect a VL hair dryer would be about right. Should be plenty cheap too. Turbo off a xr6t should do the job nicely and will plenty left in it for later.

    T28bb from s15 is cheapest best option I reckon. They run out of puff around rwkw but still do well on 7 - 10 psi which is where I assume you'll end up on the I reckon an R33 turbo would be good. Even one from a R34 would work well with the larger rear housing. My old turbo used a KKR from Otomoto think he's a member here and it was a good match.

    Holden starfire turbo

    Made strong boost off converter to redline with plenty left in reserve. If so I'd go a steel wheel over a ceramic wheel any day on a used turbo. If the t28 is looking to small the r with. Agree that an S15 T28 bb would suit well or a Disco Potato size new turbo. Starfire rods are an upgrade? I assumed they were the same! But yes if you're doing the work it is worth doing a couple of the not-a-lot changes that will make it more suitable 'down the track' Turbo wise I'd say a BB T28 would be perfect.

    I had one on an 1. If you end up with a finish like this, it will be very impressive. I love to hate s for their general shitness but there's no denying that's a pretty engine bay and like any engine they can make reasonable power with a little boost. With that fabricated cover it looks like a pre-crossflow RB The black rods are ok for boost by all reports.

    A mate used to run standard black long motors in a 2 door LJ Torana drag car running a massive turbo and blow through setup with a big Holley. Was backed by a built trimatic with 4k stall and would run 10's as well as being regularly street driven for 6 months or so at a time before it would grenade and he'd buy another long motor and swap them out.

    Holden starfire turbo

    With sensible boost and a T3 turbo I think you'll be surprised how long it'll hold together and how well it'll get along. I wouldn't bother with a dirty old 2nd hand skyline or VG30 turbo, they're way too old these days Look at a brand new Turbonetics T3 from the US. Starfire rods are much beefier than the stock or even x rods.. That poor old engine shook itself to bits and needed serious rods. They literally lopped two pots off a and it was a terrible disaster. If you can find a std VLt turbo that isn't already fucked The stock turbo on my VLt let go in like I believe that they are same.

    My advice also, one of the ball bearing rb25 turbos. Keep the boost under a bar and it's a non issue. Under 10psi and its even more of a non issue. Correct, they emptied the parts bin on the black motors and used star fire rods. For the sake of being a smartass it was a cut down. Heres a few pics of my old turbo I come from the olden days when an offset ground cube using x rods was the hotshit: Marco should be reading this thread and building a turbo gemini.

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