2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Mp122??? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I know there was a thread on the MP122, but I can't seem to find it. A little help would ...
- 08-17-09 02:14 PM #1
I know there was a thread on the MP122, but I can't seem to find it. A little help would be much appreciated.
- 08-17-09 02:26 PM #2
Just moved them all here. Try this link: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...archid=1255155Rest in Peace, J.D. (aka Dirt_Cheap_Fleetwood)
- 08-17-09 07:10 PM #3
Just hit the "Search this forum" in the upper right, then type in "mp122". Here's the best results I come up with:
http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...ighlight=mp122Rest in Peace, J.D. (aka Dirt_Cheap_Fleetwood)
- 08-18-09 05:05 PM #4
I only know of Jesse, he owns wait4me performance and is a sponsor who is mostly on the V2 Forum, putting a MP 122 on a V1. Talk to him, as he is very knowledgable. One of the primary concerns is hood clearance, and boost, as you are paying for more power but can a stock motor take it---I say so, buy many think you are done on a stock LSx motor at 8-9 psi.
- 08-18-09 05:09 PM #5
OBC, you're concerned with hood clearance even with a Cowl hood??
In addition to Jesse (who is almost impossible to get a hold of) Hendrix also can upgrade you to the MP122
- 08-18-09 05:49 PM #6
- 08-18-09 05:52 PM #7
$1700 is what I was told which I think is their cost on it.
- 08-18-09 05:59 PM #8
You should be able to run 9 psi on the stock motor as long as you have a good tune.
- 08-19-09 09:15 AM #9
Looks like Jesse did a lot more than slapping on the MP122. The hood is a must from what I read. I'm just going to stick to my 112 & cam install for now. Save my money for the rear end.
- 08-19-09 05:32 PM #10
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