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post #1 of 42 Old 03-29-2011, 04:28 PM Thread Starter
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Livernois Motorsports 2011 CTS-V Build

Today, we baselined a customers 2011 CTS-V Coupe. The car is bone stock and has an auto trans. We will be installing the following mods:

Livernois Motorsports CNC Cylinder Heads
Livernois Motorsports Stage 2C Camshaft
Livernois Motorsports 2.55 Supercharger Pulley
Livernois Motorsports Idler Pulley
Livernois Motorsports Upgraded Heat Exchanger
Kooks Longtube Headers & Connection Pipe w/ Cats
Corsa Touring Exhaust
Airaid CAI
Innovators West Balancer
Stall Converter
Livernois Motorsports Dyno Tune

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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

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Is that Visqueen on the front of the car?

Can't wait to see the results!

2005 CTSV BLACK LS7 Clutch/Flywheel/Slave, Tick Speed Bleeder, Tilton Clutch MC, RevShift Bushings, Domestic V8 Solutions (shifter, 8.8 Diff conversion, srut tower braces, sub-frame connectors), SLP cats, no cags, xpipe, bullet mufflers, Volante, iPod dock, G-force tune; 379hp 381tq.

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Is that Visqueen on the front of the car?

Can't wait to see the results!
It's a plastic material similar to the material the cars are shipped with from the factory that we apply along with fender covers to protect the paint while we're working on them.

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thats going to be one bad ride! i love the coupes.how do your heads flow compared ot the stock heads? the LSA heads are similar to the LS3 heads right? or are they the same?

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ahhhh... i want one sooo bad nice pull for stock. can't wait to see what she does after some "tweaks"

two questions... how many miles on the odometer? and the dyno sheet went by so fast on the vid... is that the torque curve flat as a pancake? f*king sweet!

edit: ok i just watched it in full screen HD... that is the TQ curve. OMG! i need to sell some organs so i can go buy one like right NOW!!!



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ahhhh... i want one sooo bad nice pull for stock. can't wait to see what she does after some "tweaks"

two questions... how many miles on the odometer? and the dyno sheet went by so fast on the vid... is that the torque curve flat as a pancake? f*king sweet!

edit: ok i just watched it in full screen HD... that is the TQ curve. OMG! i need to sell some organs so i can go buy one like right NOW!!!
Time to have an organ and hearse sale Selena...lol...I think you should send the hearse girls out in there outfits selling cupcakes or something....they'd make a killing!

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im only about 23 horse away form the same power as a LSA, and im N/A.Nice! i need a few more ponies.....

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Thanks for the replies!

It's a plastic material similar to the material the cars are shipped with from the factory that we apply along with fender covers to protect the paint while we're working on them.

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Where do you get it?

2005 CTSV BLACK LS7 Clutch/Flywheel/Slave, Tick Speed Bleeder, Tilton Clutch MC, RevShift Bushings, Domestic V8 Solutions (shifter, 8.8 Diff conversion, srut tower braces, sub-frame connectors), SLP cats, no cags, xpipe, bullet mufflers, Volante, iPod dock, G-force tune; 379hp 381tq.

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