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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Performance Mods Discussion, CTS forced induction in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; I really want to supercharge or turbocharge my 2008 CTS4 DI. I'm sick and tired of this car being slow ...
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    CTS forced induction

    I really want to supercharge or turbocharge my 2008 CTS4 DI. I'm sick and tired of this car being slow and full of "dead zones" while driving. The only thing I'm scared of is ruining the baby. Will the AWD handle 400+WHP? What are my possible choices? Thanks guys/gals

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    Re: CTS forced induction

    Have several of them in use for the past couple of years.....but the 2008 has the Bosch ECU and Trifecta quit tuning FI for the Bosch, so easy right now no tuning solution. Were using a couple of independent's that are doing a good job, but want a hand held solution to go with the owner so they have it for clearing codes, etc.

    Email for details if your serious: RXProducts@aol.com
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    Re: CTS forced induction

    Keep in mind that this will wipe out any remaining power train warranty.

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    Re: CTS forced induction

    Absolutely correct. You can purchase aftermarket drivetrain warranties for professionally installed FI systems for app $275 a year, but most wanting to modify their rides are not concerned about warranties or none of the CTS-V guys would be doing all they do either.

    This is for those that want v8 beating power, and V6 fuel economy.
    RX Performance Products/RevXtreme.com 941-721-1826

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