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      2004 Mallett CTS-V 500rwhp Naturally Aspirated
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      What year is your Cadillac CTS-V?: 2004
      What is the VIN of your Cadillac CTS-V?: 123456789
      What is the mileage on your Cadillac CTS-V?: 42000
      What city and state is your Cadillac CTS-V located?: Fayette, AL
      Keywords: Mallett CTS V tubbed 427 LS7 C5R


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    1. nautoncall
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      2004 Mallett CTS-V, C5R race block, 427, making 500rwhp. Completely customized, lowered, remote adjustible coilovers all around, tubbed rear. When I got it the motor had been tinkered with. We sent the motor to Goodwin Racing in Wisconsin for a build. I have about 1000 miles on it since rebuild. I can send you engine build sheet, break in dyno report, etc. I have every record, the entire build book from Mallett. It was built as "the M5 killer". Mallett's car actually won first place in the Car and Driver's Supercar Challenge ( http://www.caranddriver.com/comparis...c-cts-v-page-8 ) Jim at Speedsouth in Birmingham, AL did the dyno and engine install. Feel free to call him about the car, 205-621-6969.





      2004 Cadillac Mallett CTS-V, serial number 04-V-005. It is silver with black interior and has 42,500 miles. It is complete with all build documentation, dyno sheets, original books, tools and service records which support the mileage.



      This vehicle was built from day one as a serial numbered, production Mallett car. It was never delivered, titled or driven as a regular Cadillac. It was ordered, built, invoiced and delivered directly from Mallett as a new vehicle. It is one of the earliest production Mallett CTS-V made available to the public. The cost of the conversion was $58,000 not including the cost of the car.



      The engine is a custom 7.0 liter (427 cubic inch), completely hand built and assembled by Mallett. This is not an LS7 crate engine. It is a genuine C5R race unit, hand built with a billet reciprocating assembly. Included are a Moldex billet crank and rods, forged pistons, ported/polished heads, Mallett proprietary camshaft, Wilson composite intake, and a custom ECU map. An auxiliary engine oil cooler was also installed along with a larger Griffin aluminum radiator.



      C5R Engine upgrade - $15,000

      Spark plug wire insulators

      Custom 4 core alum. Radiator - $725

      Engine oil cooler, remote filter, fan - $1,460

      ECU Tune $ 999



      D port T304 stainless steel long tube headers, Random Technologies catalytic converters, Mallett Corsa mufflers, 3 inch T304 stainless tubing elsewhere to polished Corsa tips. The exhaust sounds amazing. At idle, the very aggressive cam lope is audible. It’s hard to believe how good it sounds. At cruising speed, it is very comfortable and quiet. The engine is a real, handbuilt race motor and definitely sounds like it.



      Long Tube D port SS headers - $1,946

      Random Technology high flo cats. - $1,261

      Mallett stainless mufflers - $1,299



      The car features a full Mallett suspension with heim jointed, adjustable rear control arms, custom front and rear swaybars and end links. Penske remote reservoir adjustable coilovers were a special option that is very rare on these cars. There is no rear axle hop under acceleration. The rear wheelwells are TUBBED 4 inches per Mallett specification. This is a very special Mallett option and is extremely rare.



      Another very rare option is 19x9fr and 19z12rr custom Mallett wheels by HRE. They were the first prototype set built by HRE specifically for the tubbed chassis on 004-V-05. On the rears you can see the welded seam on what started out as a 19x9 wheel.



      Penske double adjustable remote reservoir coilovers $4,550

      Mini-tub Kit-$4500

      Adjustable, tubular lower control arms with heim joints

      Custom swaybars/bushings

      Custom Mallett wheels by HRE -$ 4,200



      The brakes are stock Brembo CTS-V with Mallett specific brake pads. They are in excellent shape and are very effective. There is no dead pedal travel and they are very easy to modulate.



      New LS7 clutch, pressure plate and slave cylinder.



      The interior is black and in good shape. All features and electronics work as new.







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      Car at DC Auto show in 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZaj1DT3BYk



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