2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Down Low Eibach Pro in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Put the some Eibach springs this weekend with the help of some fellow V owners. Big thanks to Mike and ...
Put the some Eibach springs this weekend with the help of some fellow V owners. Big thanks to Mike and Jared for their help, couple of stand up gentlemen.
Was kind of scared of the ride quality after some recent horror threads on the topic, but the ride is the same as stock. I was expecting it to be a bit rougher, but I am happy with the outcome. I am on stock size BFG KWDs and have zero rubbing, even tried a couple hard U turns. All is well, but I may go down a profile with my next tire purchase. I am happy with the look and the drive.
Guys with Z06 endlinks, how the eff did you mighty men drill through the sway bar? I'm no superman, but I thought I'd be able to do it, but after about 20mins and burning up a bit, I couldn't get it. Any tips?
I also put some Hawk HPS pads on while I had the wheels off. My last pads (stockers) were still in good shape, but I was sick of the dust. I don't feel any increase in performance, but I didn't buy them for a performance upgrade but it would have been nice. Jury is still out on the dust and they will get the job done in the stopping dept.
Some eye candy. Don't say anything about tire dressing, because there is some. I don't like the wet tire look, so I use some spray stuff that is more of a matte and just cleans the tires and leaves them black.
I've done two sets of sway bars for zo6 endlinks now, my only tip is buy a few drill bits or resharpen the bit like I did. I used a bench grinder to sharpen them, i'm sure you could use a flat file. Maybe buying a better bit would help, or drilling a with a smaller bit first. Using some oil as lube will help make the bit last longer too.