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 Boostturbo mods:
-70 mm single turbo
-Raptor blow off valve
-turbo Smart waste gate
-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
-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
Cadillac Seville STS : Top Speed 260+Kph
(starts at 1:30)
Complete stock without speed limiter on 240Kph
3rd gear lock : 240Kph then hits fuelcut
4th gear : runs to 260Kph then speedo doesn´t show more but car still goin to approx 265-270Kph
Outside temperature -13°
2004 Seville STS with 84k km
RoadTrip: Cadillac CTS VS. Lincoln MKS - Head-to-Head
In this episode of The Auto Channel's RoadTrip television series we put the new 2009 Cadillac CTS up against the new 2009 Lincoln MKS.
Get all the pricing, specifications and comparison data at TheAutoChannel.com.
Zero to 60 Run--4.6 Cadillac Northstar V8 vs. 4.9 OHV V8
Zero to 60 comparison between my new 2001 Cadillac Seville SLS with a 4.6 Northstar V8 and the 1991 Cadillac Sedan de Ville with a 4.9 that I've owned since 2005. The Northstar in the Seville is faster, especially at the top end, but the good old 4.9 in the DeVille holds its own--especially for an 18-year-old car with 257,000 miles on it.
Judging from the time codes in the video, the Seville did it in 7 second flat; the DeVille is just over 9 seconds.
Interestingly, both cars shift from 1st to 2nd at 45 MPH, and both hold 2nd gear all the way up to ~80 MPH. Without a tach in the DeVille, I have no idea how high it was revving, but it probably went close to redline.
The noise you hear besides the engine revving in the Seville is raindrops on the windshield. I had the camera on a tripod held down between my legs in the Seville; in the DeVille, it's just handheld, so it's shakier.
Both runs done on Stapleton Rd. just south of Monmouth/Independence, Oregon