2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, is anyone running the FULL BMR rear kit? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; what i want to know is how do does BMR claim to get rid of "almost" all the wheel hop. ...
what i want to know is how do does BMR claim to get rid of "almost" all the wheel hop. Either the wheels hop or they don't. Do they mean that it doesn't hop as hard, or that it only hops on certain occasions?
Automobile(s): 04 CTS-V with a little hp persuasion device
Re: is anyone running the FULL BMR rear kit?
These cars have horrendous hop. It is virtually impossible to get rid of all of it with something you just bolt on. However, you can reduce it to the point that it is easier to drive around making it more managable.
I have the bmr kit on my car. Tie rods,trailing arms, and anti wheel hop kit. And what I noticed is it did help with the wheel hop quite a bit but when I put the kit on my diff bushing was new also. When my new bushing went out after 5k miles it started wheel hoping again. So my suggestion is stay away from the pinion support from bmr but get everything else and the new diff bushing from uuc. I have had good results with that. Also I am going to get rid of my anti wheel hop kit from bmr and add the kars III kit this week and I am surte I should cure my wheel hop once doin that. Plus I have a brand new diff with 300miles on it.
I'm thinking of the tie rods and trailing arms for suspension improvements for the street and open track events...How's the road noise?
I HEARD it is louder true?