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Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, tim's lower pulley and dyno tune in Cadillac V-Series Forums; Originally Posted by TimmyC There's no way your car weighs almost 4700 lbs. Mine was less than 4500 with a ...
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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyC View Post
    There's no way your car weighs almost 4700 lbs. Mine was less than 4500 with a full tank of gas and some crap in the trunk plus me in it.
    Put it on the scale. 20 miles less than full of gas. 4 gal meth tank full /pump. Bigger tires in rear add 10lbs 20lbs of crap in truck and me at 485....










    I'm 185 not 485.

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by 1madstsv View Post
    Put it on the scale. 20 miles less than full of gas. 4 gal meth tank full /pump. Bigger tires in rear add 10lbs 20lbs of crap in truck and me at 485....










    I'm 185 not 485.
    After accounting for meth system, tire weight, and driver weight, you're still over 200lbs heavier than me for no reason. One of our scales is wrong. Since I've never heard of an STS-V at 4670lbs I'm going to say it's yours.

    I can reweigh my car at a nearby scale. The scrap yard leaves it on after hours.

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Yep same here used the quary scale. I know the owner and just ran it a cross fast one day. So don't know. Only what the scale said.

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Scrap yard probably has their scale adjusted on the light side.
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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Model year MSRP Curb weight
    2006 $77,090 4,343 lb (1,970 kg)[2]
    2007 $77,715 4,295 lb (1,948 kg)[3]
    2008 $78,775 4,233 lb (1,920 kg)[4]
    2009 $79,465 4,233 lb (1,920 kg)[

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    Why is it the 06 weighs so much more?

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by cadi509 View Post
    Why is it the 06 weighs so much more?
    Cause it was cheaper!

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by 1madstsv View Post
    Good luck ever finding a stock v2. And if you do they will not race 9 times out of 10. But yes 470hp and knowing how too use the power and not brake the rear. You can run with all most stock v2. In the 1/4. Over that say highway. Don't try. Your heavier and they trap faster. I ran 12.14@114.89. A v2 ran 12.18@116.50 we both had 1.8* some thing 60 ft,s. so from a roll you would need 500+ to off set the 300-400 lbs. my cars race weight was 4670. Most v2 4300-4500.

    Ps: some one go beet my 12.1. I have a new set up for the new car that will put me in the 11s. But I don't want to wast the time changing every thing till some one goes faster than me lol.
    R there any known STS-V's that have broken into the 11's?

    12.14 is smoking.......when can we expect an 11.99 or better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho-albanian View Post
    Damn good numbers! I put down 441 with the d3 intake,TimC 2.55 pulley,and no cats! Got timmy's intake,throttlebody,headers,heat exchanger,rotorpack,blower ported,and crank pulley. Hope i can crack the 500 rear wheel H.P. on the dyno.
    Where did you get headers f/ your STS-V?

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    [QUOTE=PapaV;12669697]R there any known STS-V's that have broken into the 11's?

    12.14 is smoking.......when can we expect an 11.99 or better?[COLOR="Silver"]

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    No one has a video of a 11.xx pass so no video or it did not happen. I don't race the car I have now hardly at all. So it went 12.4@ 110. And will go 11.7-11.8 with what I have in store for it but only when some one else goes faster than my 12.14. I have a 10s corvette for the track. The old v that ran 12.14 had a lot of miles so I just did not care if I drove it like I stole it. The new car has 13xxx on it so I treat it a little better.

    He got the headers from Timmyc. Any go fast part for this car you want he has.
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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    hope to be around 440 whp range with tims upper/lower pulley set up, throttle body, injectors, and spectre stage 1 and 2 intake, mufflers and tune. got just the upper pulley, and tune with intake on it now so hope she will have just a tad more than it does now.

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyC View Post
    Nice numbers! I love that lower pulley! 83rwhp and 117rwtq for under $900 plus tune and intake. Can't beat that.
    Guys, what is involved in lower pulley change out? 80/hp-117rwtq for under $1k, I'm sold. Just need to know that I'm competent enough to do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rboughne1 View Post
    Guys, what is involved in lower pulley change out? 80/hp-117rwtq for under $1k, I'm sold. Just need to know that I'm competent enough to do it...
    Is it a major job, or something my 60 y/o mechanic buddy and I can do on his lift in our spare time one afternoon?
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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Yes, definitely. You need to change the injectors and get the car tuned for them as well. Changing injectors is not difficult either. Finding a tuner can be more challenging but it looks like you have someone in your area if you already have a tune.

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    Re: tim's lower pulley and dyno tune

    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyC View Post
    Yes, definitely. You need to change the injectors and get the car tuned for them as well. Changing injectors is not difficult either. Finding a tuner can be more challenging but it looks like you have someone in your area if you already have a tune.
    Timmy, I'm away till Monday but I'm going to email you regarding this...

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    Just put lower pulley, injectors and throttle body on mine lower pulley wasn't bad took belt tensioner for charger off and couple idler pulleys on driver side to give me little room and was about it already will have y pipe off so not much more to pull injectors out. Throttle body was about worst part but if your not doing that it won't be to bad at all

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    Not too bad for a good diyer?

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