2014 Cadillac CTS-V

Supercharger: F-3R-136

Installed by: Nelson Competition Engines

After RWHP:




Modifications and Additional Specs:

Lloyd Wofford had B&B Race cars build him one of the baddest ProCharger machines around. 25.3 spec chassis designed to run in the 4.0 range in the LDR class. Power is supplied by a 588 cubic-inch, all-billet powerplant from Kris Nelson at Nelson Competition Engines — a very similar combination to that of Mark Micke’s and Jason Carter’s Pro275 Malibu — with a billet Visner intake manifold, Billet Atomizer 700 injectors, and FuelTech FTSpark ignition, controlled by a FuelTech FT600 wired by Michael Bunton. A ProCharger F3-136 is spun by a Chris Alston’s Chassisworks gear drive to provide the boost. The power is transmitted through a three-speed M&M Turbo 400, converter, and shifter to a Mark Williams nodular full-floater rearend housing. B&B fabricated the custom 4-link system, and paired it with Santhuff shocks and struts all the way around. The Mickey Thompson tires ride on blacked-out RC Components wheels at all four corners.