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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO) in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by schell1316 Where can I get those wheels? Two posts above you, man...some people need to actually read ...
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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Quote Originally Posted by schell1316 View Post
    Where can I get those wheels?
    Two posts above you, man...some people need to actually read the threads that they post in....I know, it's a novel idea.

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Had these on my V for 3 weeks, so still new! I had them on the tallest settings and was still to low to go up my drive way! I got different coilovers cuz they told me they would be a little taller! In those pic's I didnt have my headers installed yet, They hang pretty low, less then an inch off the ground. So I raised it up and it barely cleared the headers but not the cats. So I wanted to raise the rear about an 1/2 more. I could of rig something up but didnt want to. Long story short, they wont go high enough so i can drive into my driveway. They ride great, in the pic's they are at the perfect stance IMO, which is about 3/4 from the top of the coilover, so you can slam it about 2inch more or raise it about 1inch. Im getting KW's in the near futur cuz i was told they can go a little highter. Now im back to H&R's and let me tell you, the ride is really stiff compared to these coilovers. I bought them for 899 $700 gerrr2025@yahoo.com
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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    love the color scheme!

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Quote Originally Posted by gerrr2025 View Post
    Had these on my V for 3 weeks, so still new! I had them on the tallest settings and was still to low to go up my drive way! I got different coilovers cuz they told me they would be a little taller! In those pic's I didnt have my headers installed yet, They hang pretty low, less then an inch off the ground. So I raised it up and it barely cleared the headers but not the cats. So I wanted to raise the rear about an 1/2 more. I could of rig something up but didnt want to. Long story short, they wont go high enough so i can drive into my driveway. They ride great, in the pic's they are at the perfect stance IMO, which is about 3/4 from the top of the coilover, so you can slam it about 2inch more or raise it about 1inch. Im getting KW's in the near futur cuz i was told they can go a little highter. Now im back to H&R's and let me tell you, the ride is really stiff compared to these coilovers. I bought them for 899 $700 gerrr2025@yahoo.com
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Lemme see if I'm understanding right. You're saying that those coilovers on their highest setting, left the car sitting lower than how it sits on H&R springs?

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    I was wondering what color rims to go with on my thunder V; I think I just made my mind up. That's sick. Looks good man.

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Pretty simple, but this one's been on my desktop the past few weeks. I'm pretty much in love. D3 did such an amazing job imo.
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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    thats a rad car!

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    I like this. Two thumbs up!

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Are those 19's or 20's on the above car? Lowered too?

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Quote Originally Posted by EdmundGTP View Post
    Lemme see if I'm understanding right. You're saying that those coilovers on their highest setting, left the car sitting lower than how it sits on H&R springs?
    yep.

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Is this Stealth, Thunder or a custom color?

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Thunder grey. Very hard to find in the V1's

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Quote Originally Posted by thebigjimsho View Post
    To be honest, I've seen about 20 Vs that look better to me. Looking in justin311's thread alone shows one...
    What he said!

    Grey is the worst color ever. It is so middle of the road and blah.

    I want to see an Arctic White V in person.

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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    all subjective... this the most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen


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    Re: The most aesthetically pleasing V I've ever seen (IMO)

    Quote Originally Posted by gerrr2025 View Post
    Had these on my V for 3 weeks, so still new! I had them on the tallest settings and was still to low to go up my drive way! I got different coilovers cuz they told me they would be a little taller! In those pic's I didnt have my headers installed yet, They hang pretty low, less then an inch off the ground. So I raised it up and it barely cleared the headers but not the cats. So I wanted to raise the rear about an 1/2 more. I could of rig something up but didnt want to. Long story short, they wont go high enough so i can drive into my driveway. They ride great, in the pic's they are at the perfect stance IMO, which is about 3/4 from the top of the coilover, so you can slam it about 2inch more or raise it about 1inch. Im getting KW's in the near futur cuz i was told they can go a little highter. Now im back to H&R's and let me tell you, the ride is really stiff compared to these coilovers. I bought them for 899 $700 gerrr2025@yahoo.com
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Hmm!!

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