One of the vehicles in our fleet that we get questioned about the most is CaddyJack. What's done to it? How much hp does it make? What's it run? Who drives it? Chief answers many of those questions in this video, "CaddyJack Vol. 2".
The last time most of you had seen it, we had just gotten it off the dyno, swapped over to a 15" conversion and got spanked at the first daily driver race. This thing has definitely changed since then. Not really in the sense that we threw a bunch of new parts at it, but we have maximized what we are getting out of the parts we've had. Besides the addition of the WELD wheels since the last video, the only performance parts added were the new straight through mufflers from Stainless Works and the 5" intake from RaceProvenMotorsports. Other than that, it's just been a bunch of fine tuning and getting some time to actually make passes in the car and figure out what it likes.
Here's a quick rundown of the setup:
2014 CTS-V coupe
Stock engine with Texas Speed camshaft and PAC valve springs
Stainless Works 2" headers and dual 3" exhaust with straight through mufflers
Stock blower ported by Joker
Nitrous Express sprayers with Maximizer EZ controller
Squash drop in fuel system
RPM 5" intake
WeaponX "Track Attack" heat exchanger
WeaponX underhood water tank
15" conversion with WELD wheels
Stock 6L90 transmission
Stock IRS rear end
Check out the video below and listen to Chief tell you what it takes to have the fastest CTS-V in Oklahoma!