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Old 08-14-2005, 12:58   #1 (permalink)
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Power output of 5 liter in an AU

The windsor in the au,how much power does it have standard?.Im thinking of buying a au fairmont V8. would it be 185 or 200 kw?
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Re: Power output of 5 liter in an AU

185KW. AU XR8 had 185, AU2 had 200 and AU3 had 220, but I think all the other V8 models only had 185.
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Re: Power output of 5 liter in an AU

Fairmonts got the 175kw 395Nm engine. Although the power is a little low, the good thing with these engines is they have good heads and intakes so getting more power out of them is easy, a simple cam swap will get you 220kw+.
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