Wicked 9-Second Cadillac CTS-V Available in the LS1Tech Marketplace
Full-weight Cadillac will beat just about anything on the street while packing all of the luxury goodies.
If you have been saving up to buy a built Cadillac CTS-V, your day in the sun could be near. Forum member “spawne32” posted a 2012 sedan to the LS1Tech Marketplace that has all of the luxury features that you could want in a modern Caddy, but the drivetrain has been built to deliver quarter-mile runs in the deep-9s.
Even if you haven’t been saving up, this 2012 CTS-V is the kind of sweet luxury street machine that we would all love to have, and it is available for just $37,000.
When the OP first listed his 2012 Cadillac CTS-V for sale, he included the following collection of basic information.
2012 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan in Black Diamond with around 66K (Body) miles for sale! The car has roughly 6-7K miles on it since the motor was put into the car in March of 2016! This beautiful CTS-V is equipped with many nice upgrades such as a LSX 376-B15, CNC Ported Blower, Full Nitrous Outlet Kit, Built 6L90 and much more! The stunning Black Diamond paint was fully corrected and ceramic coated by Hi Performance Detail, LLC! This 9 second CTS-V looks menacing, and it’s a full weight street car with all Cadillac amenities! Fully optioned out car, except side assistance! Stock wheels not included. Bank has the title, once paid, the owner will be able to transfer the title within 5-7 business days.
He also went into detail, explaining all of the key upgrades made to improve the performance of this gorgeous Caddy. You can read all of the details in the original thread, but we will go over the key points.
The heart of this 2012 Cadillac CTS-V is a LSX 376-B15 GM crate engine, topped by a ported LSA supercharger with a pulley combo that yields 20 pounds of boost. The engine is fitted with a custom Reaper camshaft, a full fuel system upgrade, a nitrous oxide system with 150-horsepower jets, a set of Texas Speed 2-inch headers and a long list of other items.
Power from that built-and-blown engine is sent to the rear wheels of this CTS-V by means of built 6L90 automatic transmission from DD-Tech and a Driveshaft Shop one-piece driveshaft, while a set of Weld Racing wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson drag radials put the power to the ground.
Not only does this Cadillac CTS-V send big power to the ground, but it also makes good use of that power. The big sedan has gone 9.7 and 9.8 at 143 miles per hour on the blower, while dropping down to 9.61 at 148 miles per hour with the bottle.
If you want a loaded CTS-V with the power to run mid-9s, click here to have a closer look at the listing and to begin discussing the transaction with the seller.