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2006 CTS-V Engine

Has anyone seen the the engine specs for the 2006 CTS-V. Will the LS6 be the production choice?
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The 2006 CTS-V will have a LS2.
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What's your source of info? Do you have a link to an article?



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yep its an LS2
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y wouldn't it be an LS2?
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y wouldn't it be an LS2?

This is a really old thread, I believe it was originally posted before GM announced the 06 CTS-V. I was under the assumption that the LS2 might not make a transition to the CTS-V until the 07 model year.




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This is a really old thread, I believe it was originally posted before GM announced the 06 CTS-V. I was under the assumption that the LS2 might not make a transition to the CTS-V until the 07 model year.
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