Modifying the FE4 (or FG2) Nivomat shocks for lowering springs
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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Modifying the FE4 (or FG2) Nivomat shocks for lowering springs in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; hey guys, i have a 2006 V and im looking to lower her alittle bit but wanted to get your ...
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    Modifying the FE4 (or FG2) Nivomat shocks for lowering springs

    hey guys, i have a 2006 V and im looking to lower her alittle bit but wanted to get your take on the FE4 mod i found a post
    http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answe...cts/index.html
    just wanted to know if anyone has done this mod.

    Does it work?

    Is it wirth it, or am i better off just doing a Aftermarket set of shocks and springs

    Id like to keep the ride quality cause as i live in colorado the roads here blow

    Thanks for your time and hope to read some feedback.

    also looking for some new rotors to go with some EBC pads

    OOPS i just noticed i posted it in the wrong thread, my apologies

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    Re: Modifying the FE4 (or FG2) Nivomat shocks for lowering springs

    Eh, this could count as an appearance mod too.

    However, it's totally wirth it. Lowered cars are teh shiz.

    Mine is lowered in H&R springs with the MM spacers and the ride is a little bumpier than stock, but not bad. Just watch out for inclines like driveways and parking stops.

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