The Holden VE and VF SS Commodore are some of the most common vehicles on which most of the companies work, They have a lot of knowledge about what works well, why it works well, and what combination of products to use to achieve a specific result.
The first question I always ask customers is how loud they want it and how many drones they can put up with. The louder you want your exhaust system to be, the more it will drone. You can also Shop for Holden v8 UTE Wagon Commodore Header Kit for Sale at Black Ops Performance.
It isn’t that straightforward though, any model with AFM, being where the engine only runs on 4 cylinders while cursing will drone a lot worse.
Then you have the differences in body types and how that affects drones, sedans will drone the least, wagons are worse and then ute’s drone the worst because of the smaller cabin. Particularly if they have a hardcover on the tray as it acts as an amplification chamber.
Besides this everyone will have a different sensitivity to drones, an exhaust drone doesn’t phase some people at all, while others can be highly sensitive to it.
There are two packages we generally offer for the VE/VF V8 Commodores; a cat-back sports system or a full system package. The full system is generally made up of Pacemaker extractors, our own 100cpi stainless steel hi-flow cats, and usually an X-Force cat-back system.