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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers. in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; My friend Mike (Petro CTSV) dropped off his 12 CTS-V at Tune Time Performance in Lakewood NJ last week. He ...
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    91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    My friend Mike (Petro CTSV) dropped off his 12 CTS-V at Tune Time Performance in Lakewood NJ last week. He already had the Tune Time stage 2 kit, which is 2.5 blower pulley, Injectors, ported snout and Tb, HX and tuning. He made 483 RWHP on the mustang dyno. Up from 433 stock.

    His car also went 10.87@127mph with just that stage 2 kit!

    Now they added a "Mild" cam package, 9.1 lower pulley, and American Racing Headers into stock mufflers.

    The result, 574 RWHP!

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Wow very nice. What is the cost of the Stage 2 from Lakewood , NJ?

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Dam good 1/4 Est for the hp. In all honestly, I suspect there is at least another 50_75 more hp with a more aggressive tune.

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

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    Wow very nice. What is the cost of the Stage 2 from Lakewood , NJ?
    I believe it was around 3500 installed and tuned.

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    Dam good 1/4 Est for the hp. In all honestly, I suspect there is at least another 50_75 more hp with a more aggressive tune.
    They use a mustang dyno and is commonly referred to as the heart breaker. For instance my car made "just" 640 rwhp and has gone so far 10.24@137MPH no spray and no meth on 93 octane.

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Running a 10.2 with 640RWH is amazing. You are a far better driver than me because I didn't think there was any way of getting better than a 10.6 with that type of hp. Congrats

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    The mph is what is crazy. On a dynojet my car should be closer to the 730-750 whp range. There is a local dynojet I may just go to get a number bec I'm really curious lol

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    If you on line to one of the HP calculators and enter your weight, ET and speed, it will estimate your HP. In order to get a 10.2 at 137 you would need @840 crank hp or about 660 at the wheels. However, that's just an estimate. Drag Radials would make a big difference.

    http://www.dragtimes.com/horsepower-...power+Estimate

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    Again it's all estimated. One day I'll get the car onto a dynojet and see what it makes. Until then I'm happy saying it made 640 and went 10.24@137mph on 93 Octane without any nitrous or meth.




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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    What rear drag radials and rims are you running?

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    18 inch c6 spider wheels with 305/35/18 MT drag radials.

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Quote Originally Posted by SStreet King View Post
    18 inch c6 spider wheels with 305/35/18 MT drag radials.
    C6 front rims or c6z06 right ?

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Honestly not 100% sure. Bought them via Tony/Norcal SS

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    That's one hell of a run. Nice job.

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    Nice launch! Do you recall the 60?

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    Re: 91+ RWHP with lower pulley, mild cam, and Headers.

    Out of curiosity, did you launch with traction control on or off? Nice 60 ft time.

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