2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Lowering the V in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I'm confused why all the major spring manufacturers can't produce lowering springs that deal with the load-leveling Nivomats! I purchased ...
- 09-06-04 01:26 AM #1
Lowering the V
I'm confused why all the major spring manufacturers can't produce lowering springs that deal with the load-leveling Nivomats! I purchased the FG2 and do not want to throw the $$ out the window to get coil-overs. Are they the only option at the moment if I want to get my V lowered?
This is one major mod I want to get done. Any ideas or suggestions besides wait for Eibach or H&R? Are they even going to be able to deliver?
- 09-06-04 03:10 AM #2Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
- Automobile(s): 2004 V
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- Feb 2004
Re: Lowering the V
Dont follow your question... how is a spring mfg supposed to change the design of the shocks on your car? springs are springs and shocks are shocks You're going to have to wait for a *shock* mfg to come up with a non-nivomat shock for the V (not a coil-over setup... just new shocks).
Only other option I know of if to send your car to Mallett... he changes the mount point of the shocks.. but no way I would trust a spring mfg to redo the design of my shocks.
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