2006 STS-V 469hp 439ft-lbs 4.4L Supercharged Northstar V8Finally ran the car on the dyno. 390whp and 382ft-lbs of torque. Dynosheet posted on page 4.I installed a new Spectre Performance intake system on my STS-V. The average gain was 44whp and 36wft-lbs of torque. Perfomance gain that you can feel. Pictures are on page 5.According to my VIN, my silver STS-V is one of 403 out of 1306 made in 2006. A rather rare car.VIN Decoder http://www.compnine.com/vid.phpI installed a CORSA exhaust and planning to retune the ECU on the Dyno. With the retune on the ECU, I hope to improve the shifting of the transmission. I want the shifts to be a little more firm and quicker. I had the car 4 weeks and put 3000 miles on it.I would like to upgrade the wheels and tires to 20X9.5 front to 20/10.5 rear from the stock 18/19. The wheels will need to be custom drilled or made because the car has 6 lug hubs. What were the Caddy engineers thinking? I want to go 1" wider on the wheels and keep or lower the wieght. If the 20's are too heavy I will go with 19X9.5 in the front 19X10.5 in the rear.I plan on adding HID lights to the fog lights and high beams. The low beams are already HID. I found out that I will have to remove the bumper cover to get to the headlights. Once again what were the Caddy engineers smoking when they thought it would be a good idea for owners to remove the bumpers to change bulbs?My new PCM with a wait4me tune arrived. I want run the car on the dyno to get baseline and then install the PCM to find out what gains I may have and to make sure I am not running too lean. I am hoping I will have 500hp at the crank with the new tune.