yes! but you need to buy a camshaft to suit as they have a different firing order and you need a intake manifold to suit. dont worry about the 2 middle head bolts towards the valley, they dont have this on the vn heads
Holden VN Commodore was created in 1988.
no 5.7 will with small mod
They are Holden 304 V8 injected motors fitted in Holden commodores 1988 -1997, a fairly powerfull compact motor developed and built in Australia, replaced by the 5.7 ls1
The Holden VN Commodore was released on 17 August 1988. This, and subsequent versions based their bodywork on the Opel Senator and Omega. The VN was also similarly based on the Opel Omega.
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There is a website dedicated to the Holden VN SS Commodore car, called "vnssclub". Here, several images can be found, alongside further information about the vehicle.
im not sure. they r simalar but dnt knw if they fit.
Inside the fuel tank, you access it from the front side of the fuel tank
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Tutorial here http://forums.justcommodores.com.au/holden-commodore-how-s/3935-installing-stereo-into-vn-vs.html
Hi there I have a VN and had my radiator blow on it. If your looking at your radiator front on you you will notice a big black hose coming out of the radiator on the top. If you follow that back to the motor you will notice that it connects to a housing there. inside that houseing you will find the thermostat. Hope it helps