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2011 CTS V coupe 6 speed manual


Forged motor;
Full race 102mm ported blower snout;
NW 102 TB;
ZL1 lid;
e85 with flex fuel;
Cts v L4 fuel sys (triple pump);
Fore LSA/LS9 fuel rails;
ID 1300 injectors;
Heads by Ty Tech;
Cam;
CAI;
Stainless Works headers and exhaust;
2.45 Pulley;
Oil catch can;
Intercooler upgrade with high flow pump;
Mcloud race clutch;
Aluminum Flywheel upgrade;
Hurst shifter;
Meth injection;
150 shot nos;
Carbon fiber drive shaft;
Axle upgrade;




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Not stroked, stock blower (ported), dyno numbers without nos, no race numbers to share.


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That dyno looks like DBR Performance.

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2009 Auto Sedan
617WHP 673WTQ E85 DYNOJET

-2.55 Upper Pully
-9.17 Lower Pully
-LPE Relocation Bracket
-Lingenfelter Air Intake Duct
-K&N Drop in Filter
-Ported LS7 TB (90mm)
-Maximizer Headers/ X Pipe + QTP cut outs
-160 Degree T Stat
-HX Reservoir Tank
-Varimax HX Pump
-DSX Flex Fuel Sensor
-FIC 142lb Bosch injectors
-Accel Ceramic Plug Wires
-Reinforced Brick
-Tuned by Mayhem Motorsports
Get ahold of hptuners and look at the file. Mayhem’s tune on my car was utter garbage. Not tuned for flex with all the timing in the high octane table with low octane matching (thrashing on 93 would have equaled boom).
That was just the worst part of it.
 

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Yeah they work on my V also.

May see you there.


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Nice numbers with that pulley combo. I made 770 on a mainline with 2.5/9.1 through a 4L80.

Had the snout extensively ported and now run a 2.45/9.5. - not sure what it's making yet but will be back in that same dyno soon.


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If I go any further with this car it will be Magnuson 2650, 416 stroker and Gforce rear end. I have stick shift so tracking not my strong point. Really built car to be a street crusher. I love wot at 70-80 mph with unsuspecting challengers.


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2009 Auto CTS-V Sedan
680Whp, 650Wtq (Dynojet SAE), E85
- STOCK HEADS/STOCK CAM/STOCK BLOWER
- Airaid CAI
- Green Filter
- 2.55 upper
- 9.17 lower
- ATI balancer
- ID850's
- DSX Flex Fuel sensor kit
- DSX Aux Fuel pump kit
- D3PE Heat Exchanger
- D3PE 3 Gallon expansion tank
- Varimax pump
- Mamo Ported LS7 Throttle Body
- TR7iX
- MSD plug wires
- American Racing Headers (cat-less) w/X-pipe + stock mufflers
Good numbers with stock heads cam blower.
Strong V there buddy..

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If I go any further with this car it will be Magnuson 2650, 416 stroker and Gforce rear end. I have stick shift so tracking not my strong point. Really built car to be a street crusher. I love wot at 70-80 mph with unsuspecting challengers.


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Riteon you in the Nashville area.?

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2011 CTS-V M6 Sedan

668rwhp / 675rwtq (Dynojet SAE, E60, 57*)
2.55" Upper Pulley
Powerbond 8.66 Lower Pulley
Airaid CAI w/Green Filter
Brake Duct Ram Air Mod
NGK TR7ix Plugs
VMAX Ported TB
Gutted Primary Cats
Custom Mid-Pipe / Secondary Cats Deleted
Track Attack HX
Pinnacle/LFP Underhood Tank
Varimax w/ 3/4" Lines
ID850s
DSteck Flex Fuel Sensor
Self-Tuned via HP Tuners
$3000 in total parts / 100% Self-Wrenched
 

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Here are my numbers from my dyno today.

2012 CTS V Auto Sedan

587 RWHP, 574 RWTQ (Dynojet, 91 Octane)
2.4” Upper Pulley
Airaid CAI w/Green Filter
American Racing Headers and X pipe *
NGK TR7ix Plugs
100mm Idler Pulley
90mm Ported Throttle Body *
Track Attack HX
Varimax Pump
160 degree therostat
ID1050x’s
ZL1 Lid w/reinforced Brick
Catch Can
Tuned by Justune

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2012 auto coupe ctsv
535 hp,541 tq
Jokerz ported blower &snout
Ls7 Tb mamo 90 mm
Grip tech 2.55
Zl1 lid DMS
Airaid intake
Green filter
Ngk tr7ix plugs
Id 1050 injectors
Id f750 fuel filter
Kooks 2” long tube headers
Kooks xpipe w race cats
Track attack hx
Varimax pump
Dms recovery tank
160 t stat
42 stealth design catch can
Tuned by Pat G
 

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2012 Auto CTS-V Sedan

556 RWHP, 574RWTQ (Dynomite portable dynometer, 91 Octane, 78 Degrees F)

AiRaid CAI
1 7/8” Headers
Test Pipes
2.5” upper
850cc injectors
MSD wires
TR7 plugs

Unknown tune
 

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2011 CTS-V M6 Sedan

668rwhp / 675rwhp (Dynojet SAE, E60, 57*)
2.55" Upper Pulley
Powerbond 8.66b Lower Pulley
Airaid CAI w/Green Filter
Brake Duct Ram Air Mod
NGK TR7ix Plugs
VMAX Ported TB
Gutted Primary Cats
Custom Mid-Pipe / Secondary Cats Deleted
Track Attack HX
Pinnacle/LFP Underhood Tank
Varimax w/ 3/4" Lines
ID850s
DSteck Flex Fuel Sensor
Self-Tuned via HP Tuners
$3000 in total parts / 100% Self-Wrenched
Damn this is a real tempting set up. How hard was it to learn/get it right with the HPTuners?
 

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Damn this is a real tempting set up. How hard was it to learn/get it right with the HPTuners?
There's quite a bit that goes into it. If you've never tuned anything with HP Tuners, the V is probably not the car to learn on. One benefit is that there is a wealth of information on the HPT forums and plenty of books on tuning/engine theory you can purchase to help you along if you're looking to get into doing your own tuning. I probably have about 15-20 total hours of tuning into my car over the various progressions of modding.
 
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There's quite a bit that goes into it. If you've never tuned anything with HP Tuners, the V is probably not the car to learn on. One benefit is that there is a wealth of information on the HPT forums and plenty of books on tuning/engine theory you can purchase to help you along if you're looking to get into doing your own tuning. I probably have about 15-20 total hours of tuning into my car over the various progressions of modding.
Yeah I have always strayed away from tuning. I save my money by doing most of my own wrenching so I can validate spending the right money on a real tuner. Will read up a bit on it but will probably heed your initial advice lol.
 

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2009 CTS-V AT Sedan

635 RWHP, 600 RWTQ (Dyno Jet E85 78 Degrees F)
Air Raid CAI
2.5 Upper Pulley
100 mm Idler
Solid Isolator
Ported LS7 90 mm Throttle Body
ID 850 Injectors
NGK TR7IX Spark Plugs
160 Degree Thermostat
Milled Reinforced Zl1 Lid
Track Attack Heat Exchanger
Heat Exchanger Pump
Speed Engineering 2" Headers and X-Pipe
Moroso Catch Can
Flex Fuel Sensor
 
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2012 CTS-V Sedan

1064 RWHP, 1022 RWTQ (DynoJet, Ignite 114 E90)
Huron Speed Twin Turbo Kit
Precision 6466's .81AR
416 LSA at 10.5:1
Fore Triple Pump, -10 feed and -8 return
ID1300x's
DSX Flex Fuel Sensor
 
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