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GM Motorsport Holden VE V8: 330kW air intake and tune package

GM Motorsport, an LS engine specialist, offers a 330kW intake and tune package to raise the performance of the factory standard VE V8 Holden Commodore range. The kit requires very little modifications and sees a healthy 60-70kW power gain, depending on the model used.

Holden VE SSV V8

GM Motorsport VE 330kW air intake and tune package – information on kit:

The 330kW kit is a drive-in drive-out service by GM Motorsport, taking around one day to install. The modifications include a new Ramjet OTR cold air intake and a K&N air filter to increase intake airflow, as well as a MAFless tune on the dyno.

The kit is applicable to all VE V8 6.0-litre models, including the SS, SS V, SS V Redline, Calais, Statesman, and Caprice. It can also be applied to both manual and automatic variants.

A courtesy car is available through GM Motorsport during the modifications, and booking is essential.


GM Motorsport VE 330kW air intake and tune package – parts used:

  • Ramjet OTR cold air intake
  • K&N reusable air filter
  • Custom MAFless dyno tune, including before and after dyno printout


GM Motorsport VE 330kW air intake and tune package – estimated power figure:

Up to 330kW*, however, power figures will vary between manual and automatic variants.

*Power figures are indicative only


GM Motorsport VE 330kW air intake and tune package – price:

$1590**, including GST and labour.

**Price subject to change


Workshop details: GM Motorsport
GM Motorsport is a Holden- and HSV-only workshop from Melton, VIC. The company supplies aftermarket support and servicing for Holden models ranging from VT to VE.

Phone: (03) 9746 6656
Fax: (03) 9746 6646
Email: sales@gmmotorsport.com.au


23 Reserve Road, Melton Victoria 3337

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.

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