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      One of a kind CTS-V
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      1 2237 Sun April 13, 2014
      Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
      $27,000.00 None Excellent

       I'm the third owner of this One of a kind CTS-V. She currently has 32,1XX miles. The first owner had all the work done and used it mainly for car shows. I purchased it from the second owner early last Spring. I drove it more than 600 miles home and the drive was great! It was built to perform like a drag car, yet ride like a Cadillac. Around $12000 have gone into the underneath of the car alone. The subframe bracing is all tig welded and bolted in to be removed if you so desire, but it really keeps the car going in a straight line. These custom braces were chosen to keep the independent rear end (and smooth ride) as opposed to a solid rear and they work great! The reason for the engine build was because the original owner blew the original engine. The engine was built for a lot more power than it is now putting out and it has never been raced. It's currently dyno tuned on 5.5lbs of boost and it put down 460whp and 475wtq. Which is about what a stock second gen CTS-V is putting down. And is plenty for me. A change in pulley can get a lot more out of this engine. The clutch is Textralia and has about 2200 miles on it. Here is a breakdown of the modifications:

      Engine ( 3000 miles)
      New LS6 block, balanced 383 stroker, 8:1 CR
      Compstar 4.00 Stroker Crankshaft
      Diamond forged pistons
      Adjustable fuel pressure regulator
      Callies Ultra rods
      All bolts and studs are ARP
      ATI dampner
      CAM: 228/238 .571"/.585" 113LSA 1 advance
      Comp XE/XE high lift lobes 3717R/3652R 113LSA 1 advance (112 installed intake centerline)
      Magnuson 112 supercharger
      Alky control methanol injection
      MSD coils
      Maf delete with speed density tune
      Volant CAI
      HP motor mounts
      Stainless Works headers with Corsa exhaust (high flow cats, gutted)
      Lingenfelter two stage with rev limiter (control box included, not installed)

      Ported and polished by BES engines
      Patriot Gold Dual springs with Ti retainers.
      Comp cams 7.450 pushrods

      RPM stage V
      Hurst shifter with Liberty handle w/button

      Custom subframe connectors
      Adjustable drag shocks
      Custom C3 rear end with 3:90 Richmond gears
      HD halfshafts and propeller shaft

      Line Lock
      Autometer Pro stock tachometer w/memory
      PLX modular AFR andBboost gauges
      Custom underhood, trunk, front, rear mats with embroidered headrests
      New Exide battery relocated to spare tire well with NHRA shutoff rod
      GM optional wheels (no curb rash) with like new tires
      Dynamat on all lower surfaces
      All original Cadillac options working including stabilitrack and TC control
      EFI Live Tuner with software and all licenses and current tune.


      Here is a walkaround video. Since then I have installed a new battery and she starts after two cranks. The tach is also synched



      I wasn't allowed to link to the video, you will have to copy and paste.


      Call or text 414.331.6069




      Keywords: CTS-V Cadillac Drag Racing One Of A Kind


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