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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Maggie install started in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by blownchevy Sounds good! Let me know what you find in the instructions, we are always looking to ...
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    Re: Maggie install started

    Quote Originally Posted by blownchevy
    Sounds good! Let me know what you find in the instructions, we are always looking to improve.

    Well,...i've installed prochargers(doing one now) powerdynes, vortechs, and magnachargers(on cobra's/vettes/hummers/camaros, not on a V),....and,....Magnacharger for me, is the easiest kit to install, not to mention has the best instructions that I have seen for a poweradder. Give you guys props for that.

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    Re: Maggie install started

    A couple of pics of the completed install and the wire/hose mess that Blitzer dislikes so much (as do I). I know StealthV is working on a solution Hope it works out

    Also, if you are considering a Maggie but want to keep the car stocklike quiet then two things are certain:

    1) Retain the stock airbox
    2) Retain the stock exhaust

    The whine under load witht he CAI and B&B is insane and addicting. My wife will surely figure things out now

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    Re: Maggie install started

    Please tell me that the picture of the fuel rail cover is a mistake...you did not mean to to attach it.

    Other than that, good job.

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    Re: Maggie install started

    Geno -

    The picture of the FRC is on purpose (no,it isn't installed this way) to show anyone considering modifying stock Corvette FRC's what they'll be up against with the maggie installed per instructions...

    Of course, I don't always follow instructions

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    Re: Maggie install started

    3 1/2 years old, and this thread is still usefull. Good write-ups are never a waste of time.
    Great thread.

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