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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, V1 E-Force Thread in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; That's awesome! I'm excited too! Curious, did you go with cathedral or rectangular ports? I'm trying to come up to ...
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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    That's awesome! I'm excited too! Curious, did you go with cathedral or rectangular ports? I'm trying to come up to speed on this.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by philistine View Post
    That's awesome! I'm excited too! Curious, did you go with cathedral or rectangular ports? I'm trying to come up to speed on this.
    Cathedral ports, I have AFR heads, so no getting rid of those.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Are you gonna paint it yellow?

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    not likely, not sure it would look as good as the whipple.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    That is a sweet looking setup. Wish I had the cash laying around to do one.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Can't wait for the writeup Tommy....that looks phenom!!

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    Now I have all this money and I'm waiting for the e force to be finalized.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    I emailed them, he said it is ready to go and shot me pricing.
    What shop is it? Sk speed? I asked him and I can post here too...is this kit turn key complete other than fabbing an air intake tube? With fuel system? ...just need a custom tune?
    I would be in if I could order it turn key plus sort this stuff out to order myself:
    - Standard LS1/LQ4-9/L33 valley cover. You will have to drill the bolt holes so the counter sunk bolts can be installed.
    - Must upgrade to the LS2 Throttle body/harness
    - Must upgrade to the '06 - '07 strut tower brace. Have no idea if the '09+ will fit our application.
    - Use a brass 3/8" NPT street 90* (re-threaded to fit the block) for the oil pressure sensor.

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Do you know the blower PN for retangular port heads?

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by grocerygetter View Post
    I emailed them, he said it is ready to go and shot me pricing.
    What shop is it? Sk speed? I asked him and I can post here too...is this kit turn key complete other than fabbing an air intake tube? With fuel system? ...just need a custom tune?
    I would be in if I could order it turn key plus sort this stuff out to order myself:
    - Standard LS1/LQ4-9/L33 valley cover. You will have to drill the bolt holes so the counter sunk bolts can be installed.
    - Must upgrade to the LS2 Throttle body/harness
    - Must upgrade to the '06 - '07 strut tower brace. Have no idea if the '09+ will fit our application.
    - Use a brass 3/8" NPT street 90* (re-threaded to fit the block) for the oil pressure sensor.
    I can take a picture of my intake setup. Its pretty easy. I used some marine exhaust elbows and 4 inch pipe. I think its stainless. Ill look up the elbows and post the part numbers if I can find them

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    http://www.jamestowndistributors.com...SGkEsFePD_BwE#

    You have to trim the elbows some. The red stuff is plastidip I still need to work on removing. I sprayed it to show where I had to carve up my hood so it would close over the throttle body and supercharger
    Attached Images

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    Re: V1 E-Force Thread

    Also if your doing the E-Force and you plan to upgrade beyond the stock pulley then it is recommended that you do the following fix to the fuel rails. As shipped the fuel feeds one side of the fuel rails, crosses the front and then dead heads on the other side. When more fuel is required after upgrading the last two cylinders are starved for fuel. Jannety racing came up with a solution for the Camaro guys. Its a Y fitting that feeds both sides of the rails with the crossover in the front. This is a list of the part numbers needed to make it work on the V kit
    FRA-371012 HOSE ASSY STR X STR ALUM NUT A $22.95 2 $45.90
    RUS-644020 ADAPTER FITTING A $11.95 1 $11.95
    RUS-650400 BILLET Y BLOCK A $17.95 1 $17.95
    RUS-670343 FITTING $13.95 1 $13.95
    SUM-220166B -6 O-RING TO -6 FLARE FIT BLK A $6.95 4 $27.8

    All parts ordered from summit to make the Y setup that connects to the E-Force fuel rails
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