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    stomp is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    '75 caddy 500

    I am new here... figured it might be a good place to get some ideas about a car I am looking at.

    The car in question is a '75 coupe deville in very nice condition.

    It has the BB 500 and the owner who I know says its been rebuilt once... so I dont know if they did any thing to it.

    If I get it... I would want it to be better than stock. '75 was a bit of a DOG considering the displacement! I wouldnt think it would be too hard to open up a little and give it some serious grunt!

    What are options for intake and headers exhaust? Can you run a true dual on a coupe deville?

    Thanks

    StomP

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    Mad'lac is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Lose all the smog crap thats choking up the engine. Don't forget that the '75 is a Big car. I'm sure you can dual the car. A buddy of mine has a 78 Coupe Deville and he got it dual. I know Edelbrock has a intake for this engine. And remember...its a BIG car.

    BTW Welcome!!

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    There's tons of options for intakes, from customs to Edelbrocks to just porting the stock one. There's a wide range of cams made, and several companies that make bolt on headers.
    The skys the limit, depending on how much you want to spend.

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    Cool car!.....Welcome!

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