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Modifications for the Vauxhall Omega

We look at the latest Vauxhall Omega tuning parts and recommend the best mods. Read our complete Omega tuning guide.

Available in standard form with power of upto 217bhp (depending on the year), so this goes to show the tuning potential of the Omega. From this you can increase the power from anywhere between 238.7bhp to 368.9bhp but this is far out of the reach of your local part store.

You will need some extensive work on the engine block, gas flowing, porting, 3 angle valve job, fast road cams, a remap, full balance and blueprint and even then you will need to add some pretty serious forced induction upgrades.

An engine swap with that from the 217bhp Omega Saloon will give a massive power gain and provide a better base to work from. The more powerful Omegas respond well to tuning mods. The most frequent modification we see on the Omega include sports exhausts, air intakes or induction kits and a fuel pressure boost valve.

The Car Tuning Guide recommend that on the Omegas , you get a fast road cam. Internal engine modifications that should be high up on your list would be polishing and porting the head.

The top Omega Saloon offers a base power level of 217 bhp. The car tuning guide would expect you to see power gains from 238.7 bhp to 368.9 bhp!

Vauxhall put together a nice package but the turbo Omega owners have a real tuners dream. A remap and Intercooler will add a lot of power to the engine and in some cases you can double your power. The Omegas come in various power levels right up to 217bhp. On a motorsport prepared Omega it is possible to achieve power figures of anywhere approaching 282.1bhp to 412.3bhp. But this sort of power requires some pretty heavy investment and a hell of a lot of engine work. Suspension upgrades are next on every Omega owners priority list. To avoid other problems you should lower the car no more than 36mm.

Soon the car tuning guide will offer more detailed and in depth tuning guides for the Omega so bookmark this site and we hope to see you again.

For further reading on any of the topics we have discussed we suggest you visit some of these links:
Modified Cars A look at some really nice modified cars and overview of car mods.

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