: New Track Day Diff Cooler Deal for 2 Sedan Owners



soon to V
06-30-13, 04:43 PM
I have two used and tested Diff Coolers that I am selling at a large discount to anyone interested in buying a slightly used system. These are complete units and come with my backing as they have less than 10 hours of use on each system (some bench testing, some car testing). There is nothing visually or functionally wrong with these systems, they just have a few hours of use on them. The first 2 owners who PM or e-mail me (and back up with payment) can get one for $799 shipped Ė a $400 discount from anyone else who would like a copy of my design. Note this design is only for sedans but is a system Iíve designed for the functional application of track days AND the (hidden) appearance and protection for every day street use of the car. Iíve been using it successfully for a year now without ever overheating the diff. Its also been designed to be very easy to install yourself. For more information, you can read more about it on my web site: V2VDesigns.net.
Mike@v2vdesigns.net
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ptrd
07-01-13, 11:00 AM
What about wagons?

OldRoadDawg
07-01-13, 02:07 PM
What about wagons?
Your answer is here: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/2009-2013-cadillac-cts-v-performance/293242-rear-diff-cooler-s-report-back.html
Start reading from post #40 through #45

ptrd
07-01-13, 03:58 PM
^thanks, well good price. GLWS

soon to V
07-01-13, 06:35 PM
Your answer is here: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/2009-2013-cadillac-cts-v-performance/293242-rear-diff-cooler-s-report-back.html
Start reading from post #40 through #45

and in case you don't want to jump to that post: I hate to say that I've never even seen a V wagon in real life (the farmland of Ohio here), and I just offer what I do for my own car (sedan). Real curious about the under back side of a wagon though. Anyone want to post a pic for me? :)

soon to V
07-27-13, 09:39 AM
Taking Cadillac up on their VIP Invitation to go to the Cadillac V Series World Challenge Car Corral next weekend at Mid Ohio. Hopefully their will be a Wagon or two there that I can crawl under!

spearfish25
07-27-13, 06:21 PM
and in case you don't want to jump to that post: I hate to say that I've never even seen a V wagon in real life (the farmland of Ohio here), and I just offer what I do for my own car (sedan). Real curious about the under back side of a wagon though. Anyone want to post a pic for me? :)

I'll take a pic for you. What do you want to see exactly?

soon to V
07-28-13, 07:14 AM
Alright; you da man! Basically, underside from rear axle back and especially how the rear bumper cover ties in underneath - but beggars can't be choosy, so I'll take what I can get.

spearfish25
07-28-13, 04:14 PM
Here you go. They don't leave much room to work with anything inside the bumper.

soon to V
07-28-13, 05:19 PM
Wow, this is quite a bit different for sure. Looks like they are blocking off most of the air from the rear bumper cover void, and no air outlet vents. Looks like I won't be making any Diff Cooler mods for this car! Big thanks again. Car is looking pretty clean, what, do you wash the underside too? I did to take some shots of my cooler and my neighbor comes by with his stang and asked how often I wash the underside (by hand). I told him "only once a week or so"! Should have seen his face. Right!

spearfish25
07-28-13, 05:30 PM
LOL. I do clean the blue bumper portion that wraps underneath. I think the rest is clean because Florida downpours are like floods. Drive around in one and the car gets a bath.