: Engine Cover Pictures Installed



CVP33
09-25-05, 08:16 PM
Pictures compliments of Reed.

http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/posttemp/cvp33-covers1.jpg
http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/posttemp/cvp33-covers2.jpg

heavymetals
09-25-05, 08:33 PM
Pretty BITCHIN! :thumbsup:

StealthV
09-25-05, 08:34 PM
We're not worthy. :worship:

urbanski
09-25-05, 08:38 PM
did you borrow that car from somebody else? certainly can't be yours :p

SBONES
09-25-05, 08:41 PM
very nice...i almost like it better than mine...

6104696
09-25-05, 08:46 PM
From what you have told us about the dealers in your area, I am sure that on the next warranty visit, they will see the engine cover and conclude that the flames on the engine cover increased operating temperatures to an unsafe level, therefore voiding your warranty.


But that does look pretty effin nice.

1MEANV
09-25-05, 08:53 PM
Bahahhahaahhahahaha

slk230mb
09-25-05, 09:33 PM
Looks amazing. :lildevil:

MadMike
09-25-05, 09:42 PM
Ok..........i'll Say It............thats Hot!
Lol

Dennisscars
09-25-05, 09:49 PM
Very nice :highfive:

Slywun
09-25-05, 09:54 PM
Very nice!

Staxxin
09-25-05, 09:58 PM
Awesooooome!!!!:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Staxxin
09-25-05, 09:59 PM
Awesooooome!!!!

calicadi
09-25-05, 11:21 PM
Way cool! Say... is that a BMR bar with the v logo?

willsctsv
09-25-05, 11:50 PM
Nice Job!
Couldn't help but notice the air filter cover! Why?

Florian
09-26-05, 10:08 AM
Chris,

Very well done. Im green with envy.

F

RobertCTS
09-26-05, 02:45 PM
Wow, now you'll need a tranparent hood to show it off. Yes, they do make them.

http://www.jcwhitney.com/wcsstore/jcwhitney/images/imagecache/10005835.gif;pv65a387643fa55298

CVP33
09-26-05, 08:41 PM
Way cool! Say... is that a BMR bar with the v logo?

Why yes, yes it is.

CVP33
09-26-05, 08:45 PM
Nice Job!
Couldn't help but notice the air filter cover! Why?

Will,

I don't like the idea of running an open element filter but I LOVE the performance. The filter cover is just piece of mind. Probably only catches an additional 20% of contaminants but at least it helps. After a trip into the mountains over the 4th of July on some VERY dusty trails the filter was scary dirty. I had to get a cover after seeing that.

BeagleBrains
09-26-05, 09:48 PM
Wow, now you'll need a tranparent hood to show it off. Yes, they do make them.

http://www.jcwhitney.com/wcsstore/jcwhitney/images/imagecache/10005835.gif;pv65a387643fa55298

How does one find a transparent hood for the CTS V? Porsche does it all the time. So does Ferrari.

azombie
09-26-05, 09:56 PM
any chance i can get that with a bmw logo on it?


























....puts on flame suit and runs laughing maniacally

ntechnic
09-27-05, 12:52 AM
First, love the cover!!! Best looking engine bay ever!!!

Second regarding the filter cover, I hate to tell you this, but it only catches LARGE particles that wouldn't make it through the filter anyway-its a pre-filter. Think about it, if it caught particles smaller than the filter could, you A) wouldn't need the filter, and B) would have much less filtering area to work with (the filter is pleated to create more area).

The idea was initially for rally racers and off-road racers. Their filters clogged quickly with mud. So they came up with the idea of a filter cover made from a non-stick material to catch the large bits of mud/dirt and let them fall off as the race cars thump and bump around the track. The idea is to keep the filter from clogging up with big bits and let it keep doing it's job on the smaller bits. On the street, it's just for appearance. Not that this is bad, as in your case, it looks sweet with that engine cover.

As to the filter looking dirty, don't worry about it, they flow like gangbusters even when they look really, really dirty. One of my landspeed record motorcycles had the turbo mounted in the low in the front center, right behind the front wheel. At El Mirage dry lake bed, you cannot believe the amount of fine, talc-like silt the filter would pick up during just one or two runs. We took the filters off the bike and put them on the flow bench, and they flowed within 95% of what they did fresh out of the box and oiled. And we never saw even a hint of dirt in the TB or intake, not even a smidge.

Love that cover!

CTSV05
09-27-05, 08:41 AM
CVP, def. looks better on the car!

When did you go to the open element, I thought you had just went with a tube replacement?

6104696
09-27-05, 11:36 AM
any chance i can get that with a bmw logo on it?



A CTS-V would look pretty silly with a BMW logo on it's tower brace.........:histeric:

RobertCTS
09-27-05, 01:51 PM
Anyone notice this offer for chrome plated engine covers. It appears in the CTS Forum. The priced with S&H is $225. Not a bad deal IMO.


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CVP33
09-27-05, 06:50 PM
First, love the cover!!! Best looking engine bay ever!!!

Second regarding the filter cover, I hate to tell you this, but it only catches LARGE particles that wouldn't make it through the filter anyway-its a pre-filter. Think about it, if it caught particles smaller than the filter could, you A) wouldn't need the filter, and B) would have much less filtering area to work with (the filter is pleated to create more area).

The idea was initially for rally racers and off-road racers. Their filters clogged quickly with mud. So they came up with the idea of a filter cover made from a non-stick material to catch the large bits of mud/dirt and let them fall off as the race cars thump and bump around the track. The idea is to keep the filter from clogging up with big bits and let it keep doing it's job on the smaller bits. On the street, it's just for appearance. Not that this is bad, as in your case, it looks sweet with that engine cover.

As to the filter looking dirty, don't worry about it, they flow like gangbusters even when they look really, really dirty. One of my landspeed record motorcycles had the turbo mounted in the low in the front center, right behind the front wheel. At El Mirage dry lake bed, you cannot believe the amount of fine, talc-like silt the filter would pick up during just one or two runs. We took the filters off the bike and put them on the flow bench, and they flowed within 95% of what they did fresh out of the box and oiled. And we never saw even a hint of dirt in the TB or intake, not even a smidge.

Love that cover!

So you're saying the cover is just for looks! I can live with that. :histeric:

CVP33
09-27-05, 06:51 PM
CVP, def. looks better on the car!

When did you go to the open element, I thought you had just went with a tube replacement?

Bought the Ling' CAI right after I got the second V. The custom MAF to TB tube took about a month to get right.