2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, !CAGS Eliminator is Now Available in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Thanks again for the orders everyone. The next batch will be ready to go out the door Monday morning to ...
Thanks again for the orders everyone. The next batch will be ready to go out the door Monday morning to all of you still waiting for a shipment confirmation email at your PayPal account address.
Please check out the new item at the top of the "Wanted" page on the web site. Perhaps one of you has one sitting in your garage or know a friend, seen one in the paper or in a dealer's lot in your city!
I ordered mine. Having my Z I thought I would never need one. But my V, being my everyday driver changes that. I hate forgetting to rev up in traffic, and starting an arm dance trying to force it in gear. Thanks
This afternoon, just got the last of the components I needed to build some more !CAGS. Will be shipping out all the outstanding orders (as well as any new ones) on Monday, August 9. Thank you everyone.
Just a fyi for those that wish to do your own / the StealthV eliminator can save you some headaches. Built my own re:faq post directions, didn't have the pins in far enough to make proper contact - service engine light comes on, had to get out code reader and erase the code. Back on the lift. cut every thing loose, redo the resistor (leads to short) tie everything back up. And I've got the lift, code tool and have done this on my Z06 before but way too much extra work. If this was available before I did mine I sure would have saved much time and effort using the StealthV Eliminator. Don't make the same mistake.
Automobile(s): 1975 Seville; 2004 CTS V; 2011 CTS V Coupe
Cedar Rapids, IA
Re: !CAGS Eliminator is Now Available
I have a treat with the mail today. A nice little package from StealthV. My first weekend project is now planned. Ordered the !CAGs elliminator last Friday. Nice prompt delivery. Thank you. Will make a (low speed) performance report soon.
For other things, the Z06 Corvette covers are available. Waiting right now for the new covers to show up from the dealer so I can do the mods to them and send them out to some forum members who pre-ordered.
Today I ordered a set of GTO covers (thanks lasstss) and have an idea I'd like to try on them to see how it looks on the V. Like lasstss, I discovered one of the covers is on national backorder which puts a crimp on that plan.
Coming this fall, I'll have the integrated EFILive scanner and tuner software available. Great fun for techie gearheads.
Additionally, we're working on the design for a component to go on Silver Baron's car. Our goal is to have it done this weekend as we've got to meet his race deadline. Once we're comfortable with the design, pricing and availability, I'll share more details. Still too much up in the air right now to spill the beans as I don't want to create excitement for something that we don't even know yet if we can manufacture at an affordable price.
At first CAGS didn't really bother me, I actually thought it was a great idea until I started driving in traffic. It really shouldn't shift into 4th at that speed. It falls flat on its face. I think I'm gonna order one soon.