XR8 XR6 Club of Victoria
Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Driftagent, depends on why you wish to do this.
If for the look of a modifiied induction - fine, I can see that.
If to achieve a gain in performance:-
Don't waste your time on the ZL (or any EFI in XE, ZK, XF etc).
I have an XE Fairmont EFI.
We did a bunch of work putting in a pod filter, moving the battery into the boot, etc, etc.
Made absolutely zero(0) difference.
The limiting factor in that EFI setup is the MAF sensor unit (the top part of the airbox). The rest of the standard induction system is much more efficient than the limit created by the MAF.
After much work and testing we discovered that fitting a K&N filter to the original setup delivered the maximum gain and all the rest was a total waste of time and money for zero effect.
We restored everything back to original.
The XR family ---->
Muzza: a XR8 AU seriesIII...bog standard :)
TBH: (the better half) drives an ED XR6 wagon (Mock Dev 4 160rwkw, JMM extractors, 4 electric windows, Ghia door panels in XR trim, rear head & arm rests in XR trim, Momo s/wheel with Cruise, EL thermos, EBGT wheels, etc) things to come soon = EECV upgrade.