Retaining a factory look while giving 1,200hp+ capability will appeal to both factory LSA cars and engineered LSA engine swap owners alike.
On this episode of Road to AAPEX, not all of the pit stops were planned.
As a seasoned ASE-certified technician, Babcox Media’s Joe Keene knew getting a 33-year-old Cadillac Brougham ready for a 2,500-mile drive wasn’t going to be easy, but no one knew it would be this hard.
Felicia Smith was never a huge gear head growing up. However, following her first taste of speed at the track, she’s been living a life of cars and racing ever since. She’s taken the past six years to build up her now infamous, orange CTS-V known as 4DRRCKT, as well as her own car/engine skills
Felicia Smith was never a huge gear head. However, following her first taste of speed at the track, she’s been living a life of cars and racing ever since. She’s taken the past six years to build up her CTS-V and her own car/engine skills in an effort to share it all with the car community.
Ethan Powell of Freedom Diesel Performance has been upping his diesel game since starting his shop. One of the cooler projects he’s done recently was a build he did for himself – outfitting a 1960 Cadillac Coupe DeVille with a 24-valve 5.9L Cummins engine.
Addicted to a need for speed, Felicia Smith has spent the past six years building up her 2009 Cadillac CTS-V nicknamed Rocket into a certified race machine. That’s largely thanks to a supercharged 427 cubic inch engine under the hood! See her burnout on the track!
We caught up with Felicia Smith during Sick Week to hear more about her 2009 Cadillac CTS-V and its 427 engine, which is 1 of 5 Cadillacs in the world to run 8s on a stock LSA blower. She plans to keep pushing its performance and it’s our Engine of the Week!
Street Outlaws Farmtruck and AZN have a knack for turning mundane cars into performance beasts. Helping them do it this time around is Jeremy Wagler and Wagler Competition Products, which built this 6.6L Duramax for a 1958 Cadillac Hearse being dubbed Farmaldehyde.
Ethan Powell of Freedom Diesel Performance has a 1960 Cadillac Coupe de Ville he wants to turn into a fun street vehicle he can bring to car shows. So what did he put under the hood? This 24-valve 5.9L Cummins engine of course! Find out what went into the build.
After this engine had been at several other shops and was still unsuccessfully rebuilt, the owner brought it to Timm Jurincie and Tuf Enuf Auto & Marine Performance to get the job done right. See what went into this vintage rebuild for a street car.
Cadillac begins a new chapter in its high-performance legacy with the introduction of the brand’s first-ever twin-turbo V8 engine. It is the centerpiece of the new CT6 V-Sport, a sports sedan infused with DNA of Cadillac’s motorsports program.