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    Cadillac CTS-V K Series 525HP

    Here's a link to the Katech CTS-V K Series.

    Katech Caddy

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    Uh damn! I like that!
    Any possibility to get some of those pics in Hi-Res?
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    Sa-weet.

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    I like how they pretty much left the body alone and just lowered it and made real fast.

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    they did a good job on that car, does it have good handling. because a car with horse power is nothing without handling. . . .during races that is.
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    vedy vedy shveet.
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    It's an evil looking car, but i like the mallet and lingenfelter CTS-V's much more. Why? I think they both have 427 big blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopar68
    It's an evil looking car, but i like the mallet and lingenfelter CTS-V's much more. Why? I think they both have 427 big blocks.
    Im pretty sure its 427 small blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicks
    Im pretty sure its 427 small blocks.
    427's are not small blocks. I dont know the exact line, but a 390 and under is a small block engine, and anything over is a big block. Thats my opinion, but i dont know if there is a system for this.

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    the new 427's are small blocks, back in the muscle car heyday of muscle cars for chevy it usually was 350 or anything made wiht them, was a smallblock, anything bigger was a big block.
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    the Vseries made better. really cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnynumfiv
    the new 427's are small blocks, back in the muscle car heyday of muscle cars for chevy it usually was 350 or anything made wiht them, was a smallblock, anything bigger was a big block.
    I did not know that. Thank you clearing that up. I just assumed they were big blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopar68
    I did not know that. Thank you clearing that up. I just assumed they were big blocks.
    Yea, the LS7 (427ci, 7.0L) is based on the same LS2 block (6L). Its actually physically smaller due to having a dry sump oil system.

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    All the mags call the LS2 a big-block and the LS1 a small-block. It's what, .3 liter? I believe the '06 will have an LS2, while the '05 has a C5 Z06 enigine. So I guess 427's from LS2's are big-block 427's and from LS1's are small-block ones. I believe the Lingenfelter will be around 600hp, that's hawtness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokescreen
    All the mags call the LS2 a big-block and the LS1 a small-block. It's what, .3 liter? I believe the '06 will have an LS2, while the '05 has a C5 Z06 enigine. So I guess 427's from LS2's are big-block 427's and from LS1's are small-block ones. I believe the Lingenfelter will be around 600hp, that's hawtness.
    What magazines call the LS2 a BB? I havent seen any...
    The 2005 Corvette has an LS2, as well as the 2005 GTO.
    The LS7 is a small block, even chevy calls it that.

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