2009 CTS-V stock exhaust vs. Corsa axleback exhaust
I strongly advise using earphones for this video for best audio output.
I compare the stock mufflers with the Corsa axleback Exhaust in my 2009 CTS-V (automatic) at
Revs at rest
Acceleration on the freeway
Ambient noise at freeway speed
The primary changes with the Corsa are loss of drone at low rpms, and
louder, deeper Exhaust tone at WOT.
Five girls reactions to 800hp Cadillac CTS-V
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CTS-V! Plus bonus scenes including NOS upskirt folly challenge and group
burnout sessions where we cram all five girls into the car and do massive
donuts till the tires come apart!
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Owner: Joe Lewo
Built by: PRS Performance Race Solutions
Tuned by: Michael Adkins of Mtuned
Meet the models! Check out their Facebook pages for more pics, info, and
J 'tezza' Camacho
Owner of TezzaVision Productions
***Shot on a closed course with a professional driver. Don't be an
2004 Cadillac CTS-V w/LS7 swap. 0-60 in roughly 4.5 seconds
This is some footage of me launching my 2004 Cadillac CTS-V rocket ship.
The V has an LS7 motor swap and Ford 9 inch rear end.
The car makes right at 475rwhp and 521 rwtq. It's a rocket and yet oh so
This launch was done on a private back road with no other cars. I stopped
at 60 so please don't give me any grief about "road racing" and garbage
like that. Additionally, I only launched the car like this one time for
the sake of recording it. It's not typical driving for me, although with
the Ford 9 inch rear you could probably launch 1000 times like this and
have no issues at all.
Based on the timing of the video this 0-60 took somewhere between 4-5
seconds. Obviously this run was done far below 100% due to my lack of 3
hands (camera, steering wheel, shifter) This was done with one hand on the
camera and one shifting, and there's something about 521 rwtq that likes to
try to throw the back end out so I had to back off a little since I was
keeping it straight with my knees.. :) I actually wouldn't be surprised if
it could manage a sub-4 second 0-60.
As of 08/20/2009 it's up for sale... why, you may ask, would I part with
such a beautiful and unique monster. Well... I just found out that I have
much more live version of a real baby on the way. And this "toy" is one of
the sacrifices I'll be making.
If you're interested in a full list of mods, details, and price, you can
find it listed on the http://www.cadillacforums.com/ in the CTS-V
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wiper, and brake part needs.