Written by Patrick Rall

This Kill Story video was originally shared to the forum in a thread by “AWPer“, who owns and drives this 2012 Cadillac CTS-V. The footage comes from the YouTube channel of dcfjoe, with the camera filming all of the whoopins" handed out by this supercharged luxury sedan.In stock form, the 2012 Cadillac CTS-V was one wicked performance sedan, with the supercharged LSA V8 delivering 556 horsepower and 551 lb-ft of torque, but this Caddy isn"t stock. The owner has added a 2.45-inch upper pulley, Texas Speed 2-inch headers, an offroad X-pipe without catalytic convertors, a ported LS7 throttle body, FIC 1000 Injectors, an Airaid cold air intake with Green Filter and the whole system is tuned to run on E85.With the help of the 6-speed automatic transmission, this CTS-V made 635 horsepower and 643 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels. So this Caddy is considerably stronger than it was when stock. ALSO SEE: Cadillac ATS-V: A Better BMW M3 Than the BMW M3 In the video above, this worked CTS-V is participating in a roll racing event in Pacific Junction, Iowa back in June of 2018. The footage begins with an 800-horsepower ProCharged C7 Corvette handing the Caddy a loss, but that run is followed by a string of wins for the CTS-V. Victims include a C7 Z06, a new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, a Hellcat Challenger, a C6 ZR1, a supercharged S197 Mustang GT, a turbocharged 350Z, a turbocharged Honda S2000, a few built BMWs and more.Most of the races are filmed from a camera on the outside of the Cadillac, so all we can really hear is wind noise, but time after time, we watch the CTS-V walk away from the competition in the high speed roll races.Join the LS1tech forums today!Tags: Cadillac, CTS-V, LSA, racing, Video

Date written: July 11, 2018

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