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FPV GT
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FPV GT Pricing and Specs

2014 price from
$31,500*

The FPV GT is available from $31,500 to $44,550 for the 2021 across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2014 $31,500 $44,550
2013 $28,600 $40,920
2012 $25,700 $38,720
2011 $24,900 $33,220
2010 $21,600 $31,680
2009 $21,100 $30,360
2008 $18,400 $29,480
2007 $17,900 $28,160
2006 $15,100 $24,310
2005 $11,200 $23,540
2004 $8,200 $16,170
2003 $8,100 $12,760

FPV GT FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the FPV GT here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Easy or hard?

    GENERALLY it's better not to baby an engine during the run-in period. It's better to run it in with a little load so you generate enough heat for the block to settle and the rings to bed in, as long as you don't thrash the engine in the process. We asked FPV for their recommendation for running the BA GT, which is: avoid exceeding 4500 revs in the first 750km; accelerate positively in all gears, particularly when driving uphill; progressively increase engine speeds up to 5500 revs between 750km and 1500km with occasional use of full throttle during acceleration within the speed limits; on long stretches during the first 1500km vary engine speeds by occasionally using lower gears; where possible, apply high engine loads for short periods by using high gears at speeds below 60km/h. FPV has an initial fill of Castrol Protec OW/40 mineral oil in its Boss 290 engine to allow the rings to bed in during the run-in phase. Because of this, it is not unusual for customers to experience oil consumption in the first 5000km. From then they recommend customers refill the engine with Castrol Formula R OW/40 synthetic oil and completely change the oil to this specification upon reaching 15,000km, when the first major service is due.

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  • 2008 FG GT gas conversion kit

    The Australian LPG Warehouse has developed a JTG liquid-injection kit for your car.

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