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Walkinshaw Performance unleashes W547 W Series package: LS3 upgrade brings 547kW and 880Nm
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26th Oct 2015
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Walkinshaw Performance unleashes W547 W Series package: LS3 upgrade brings 547kW and 880Nm

The latest and greatest Walkinshaw Performance upgrade pack for the LS3 6.2-litre V8-powered Holden Commodore VF Series II and HSV Gen-F2 has been unveiled. Described by the performance modders at Walkinshaw as "by far the most powerful performance enhancement available for a Commodore that Walkinshaw Performance Products has ever produced", the package upgrade - which costs $25,990 fitted - brings the 6.2-litre LS3 V8 engine's performance to a staggering 547kW and 880Nm.
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Matt Campbell
Walkinshaw Performance launches W507 package for HSV GTS
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11th Dec 2014
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Walkinshaw Performance launches W507 package for HSV GTS

Walkinshaw Performance Products has launched its first enhancement kit for the Gen-F HSV GTS, the W507 package. More than a year in the making, the W507 pack includes a number of high-performance Walkinshaw-developed components that boost power by 77kW and torque by 110Nm. The result is a peak power output of 507kW at 6200rpm and peak torque of 850Nm at 4400rpm from the W507-enhanced GTS’s supercharged 6.2-litre V8.
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Tim Beissmann
Holden Cruze turned into 180kW Walkinshaw Performance hot-hatch
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8th Aug 2012
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Holden Cruze turned into 180kW Walkinshaw Performance hot-hatch

The first true Holden Cruze hot-hatch has been unleashed in Australia, with homegrown tuning company Walkinshaw Performance unveiling a high-performance version of the locally made small car with a price tag just below $50,000. Based on the $29,490 Holden Cruze SRi-V 1.4 iTi hatch, the $19,995 WP Cruze Hot Hatch package introduces a number of visual and performance upgrades for a total cost of $49,485 before on-road costs.
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Tim Beissmann
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