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2012 Cadillac CTS-V

Returning to our Richmond, VA shop is this gorgeous 2012 Cadillac CTS-V. Back in July this V2 came in for Stainless Works long-tube headers, custom electronic cutouts utilizing components from Vibrant Performance, Quick Time Performance, and Korkar Performance Engineering, a ZPE GripTec 2.40″ upper supercharger pulley, Brian Tooley Racing Stage-III 3-bolt conversion camshaft & valve train components, and miscellaneous supporting modifications.This round, […]

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2011 Cadillac CTSV Coupe

Wally’s 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe — better known as SLO CADI — is back in for a bit more work! Back in 2013, Wally brought this V2 in to kick off the modifications. First round, we installed a 3-bolt conversion camshaft, 2.55″/8.66″ pullies, supercharger cooling modifications, custom electronic cutouts, and other supporting modifications.As you can […]

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2005 Cadillac CTSV – Camshaft

I like big lobes and I cannot lie!Casey decided he needed some more grunt from his bolt-on 2005 Cadillac CTS-V… so, the next logical step?More bump stick! James set this LS6 up with a BTRIII camshaft and supporting valve train components from Brian Tooley Racing, along the other supporting modifications. After the installation was wrapped […]

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2012 Cadillac CTSV – Headers

James brought his beautiful Black Diamond 2012 Cadillac CTS-V in for the next round of modifications! Back in December of 2016, James brought us his then stock V2 (aside from the CORSA intake) for a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering 2.55″ upper pulley, solid isolator, and 160° thermostat, AFCO Racing heat exchanger, VariMax intercooler pump, Big 3 Racing intercooler reservoir, Injector Dynamics ID850 fuel injectors, […]

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2013 Cadillac CTSV – Intercooler & Tune

Jason just picked up this beautiful MT6 Thunder Gray ChromaFlair 2013 Cadillac CTS-V, and brought it in because it felt a little down on power. Upon investigation, we discovered two things: one, power was definitely off for the modifications performed, laying down only 536whp/542lbft. That, and with IAT2s at nearly 200° F, we knew what […]

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2009 Cadillac XLR-V – Supercharged

    Baseline wheel-horsepower and torque: 354.40whp and 331.20ftlbs Post-work wheel-horsepower and torque: 447.83whp and 444.50ftlbs Modifications are as follows; – D3 Cadillac Stage-II intake system – D3 Cadillac ported supercharger lid – D3 Cadillac ported supercharger unit – D3 Cadillac intercooler – D3 Cadillac pulley system – D3 Cadillac longtube headers – D3 Cadillac/Corsa […]

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