crown vic vs cadillac
2003 P71 (police interceptor)Crown vic vs 2001 Cadillac Seville. The Crown vic won this match in the quarter mile, but then slammed on the brakes at about 1500 feet so it appears the caddy won. www.hihpracing.com for more action!!
Cadillac STS Turbo - 650 HP - QuickRev.com
This is a brief video of Mark's turbo Cadillac built by QuickRev! Mark ran a new record time of 11.82 @ 119.41 MPH. Congrats Mark! ***Click (more info) for modification list*** 99 STS Cadillac 4.6L 32 Valve double overhead cam North Star 650-700 Wheel HP @ 21 lbs of Boost turbo mods: -70 mm single turbo -Raptor blow off valve -turbo Smart waste gate -Custom Intercooler -turbo oil scavenge pump -3 bar map sensor -Electric Exhaust cutout -Custom made Burns stainless steel piping -Corsa cat back Exhaust Chassis and electronic upgrades: -PCS standalone transmission controller -Holley 950 Commander Standalone engine management system -Greddy Profec B custom dash mounted electronic Boost controller -Custom paddle shifter on steering wheel -Power Stop slotted rotors w/ hawk pads -Walbro 255 fuel pump -Transmission cooler Motor upgrades: -Darten Sleeved block -Arias forged pistons -Eagle forged rods -ARP head studs -Cometic head gaskets -Ported heads, throttle body and intake -Mod motor fuel rails -60 lb injectors -Braided Stainless Steel Teflon fuel lines -Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator -Upgraded valve springs -stock 300hp cams
99 Cadillac Seville STS 0-140MPH
0-140mph in my 99 STS.
Block Head Gasket Testing a Cadillac Northstar V8
Before you buy ANY Cadillac with the VIN Y or 9 Northstar V8, this is a NECESSARY, and cheap test that doesn't require any modifications to the car to perform. Northstars up to 04 or so are vulnerable to the head bolts pulling out of the block, causing thousands of dollars in repairs. In most situations, the car isn't worth the repair cost. Do yourself a favor, spend $9 on the test fluid, and RENT the tester for $25 from AutoZone, spend 15 minutes doing this test before you shell out a few grand on a Caddy. The only reason I didn't do this test, is because I bought it from the original family owners, and it had been very well maintained. Thank goodness it didn't turn yellow lol. Now, on to the tune up!