2008 Cadillac CTS AWD 3.6DI 0-100 mph
2008 Cadillac CTS4 3.6DI. Has about 2500 miles on it. Will probably do
better when it is more broken in. Had the traction control off, like that
helped at all. Had it in Sport Mode, the A/C was on, and a full tank of 87
octane. Overall, I really like the sounds it makes.
Cadillac CTS-V vs BMW 335i
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D3 ULTRACHARGER | Stage 3 - 3.6L Supercharger
3.6L...if you think about it, thats like a CTS V6 sitting on top of a
The Stage 3 ULTRACHARGER kit is designed to function within the confines of
the OEM CTS-V motor also. However to achieve the true potential of this
system it is seriously recommended that the engine/short block be built to
handle the additional output of the Stage 3 ULTRACHARGER.
This is the big bad brother to the Stage 2 ULTRACHARGER System, THE Stage
3. Designed to be the pinnacle of bolt on blower performance, THE Stage 3
will not leave you yearning for more. We are talking about 3.6L worth of
displacement through the ULTRACHARGER sitting on top of a motor no smaller
than 6.2L. This is more than half of the displacement of your OEM motor
sitting on top of it feeding the engine. In other words you have a V6 CTS
base motor feeding your engine!!!
Why does size matter? If we use this example of the Supercharger spinning (2) revolutions for every
(1) engine revolution the breakdown would be as follows:
OEM Supercharger of 1.9L will generate
3.8L worth of compressed air for every 1 engine revolution. Whereas the
3.6L will generate 7.2L worth of compressed air in that same single engine
revolution! The results of moving this much air is the potential to
generate up to 1200BHP. Yes, we said 1200BHP.
In typical D3 fashion this system will be a complete system ready for
installation. The best part about all of this is that it will bolt into
place without any major modifications or permanent modifications to the
vehicle. The kit comes with all components and hardware required for
Just because we have added copious amounts of power and torque that we
forgot one second about the fact that this is a Cadillac. The driveability
will remain sophisticated and refined with an aggressive edge. Our
attention to detail is unmatched.
Lamborghini LP 560-4 Vs. Cadillac CTS-V Twin Turbo
Since my friend believes his twin turbo
CTS-V is unbeatable, I had to show him what a little Italian car can do.
But don't worry if you're a CTS-V fan...The car is getting a stronger rear,
and more Boost...So stay tuned!!
Filmed in Mexico well over a year ago.
09 CTS-V vs 99 Camaro SS
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99 LQ4 Camaro SS Low
compression set-up before Supercharger
2009 cadilliac CTS-V
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2007 CTS 3.6l Oil Change
6 quarts Mobil 1
2 bottles Guinness
Oil filter cartridge
13 mm socket
24 mm socket
A long extension
Drain pan or source of groundwater.
This is the cleanest oil change I've ever done, but you will get a little
dirty. Change out of your tuxedo before starting.
This car has a cartridge type oil filter, which isn't common. In fact I've
never seen one before. That's the reason for my monkey like expression in
the vid. Thinking is hard.
You do not need to lift the car unless you have short arms or like to lift
GM recommends Mobil 1 5w-30 or some GM spec you will never find for your
2007 CTS. It says so in the owner's manual someplace. If yours is covered
in Grey Poupon, you can sign up for an e-copy at mygmlink.
Super Wagon Drag Race! Cadillac CTS-V vs Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG - Head 2 Head Episode 4
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman pits the supercharged 2011
Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon against the twin-turbo 2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon. Witness
the mother of all mommy-mobile matchups, capped off with a 150MPH half-mile
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