2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Appearance Mods Discussion, Pictures of newest mods... in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; awesome. make sure you follow the installation instructions exactly. even if it seems pointless or redundant. Aslo, the copy that ...
Automobile(s): CTS DI Fully Loaded, Magnaflow, CAI, F1 Tint, Rosen TVs
Re: Pictures of newest mods...
awesome. make sure you follow the installation instructions exactly. even if it seems pointless or redundant. Aslo, the copy that comes with the spoiler is in black and white, print a set of instructions off of e&g's website and use those. Another pointer, test-fit the support brackets and massage them exactly to the curve of the third brake light. Lastly, purchase yourself some probond adhesive promoter, as you will want to apply it to all of the painted surfaces that will have 3m tape attached.
Oh, and dawn wash the trunk area before application, if you have access to a pro grade cleaner, such as bodysol, use it. Wax immediately after install.
Looks AWESOME!! I was on the fence about this spoiler or the version 1. I did go with the version 1, yours looks very aggressive! Great paint job too! Chromaflair is aa expensive and tough process. Looks factory to me! Again, with the magnaflow, the CAI you invented, and now the spoiler it gives your CTS a new look. Something for people to do a double-take after.
Originally Posted by lewisforjesus
Nick, awesome pics. The spoiler looks great, but I'm more impressed with the shine on your CTS. Seems like I remember you said you use Rejex. I just did a little research and sounds very impressive. If that's what's on your car, I'm convinced. Thanks for those pictures.
Hey Nick, Did you ever finish putting the chrome strips on the doors? I seen the one on the rear quarter-panel. I can't decide if I'm going to put them on my black raven or not. I did the grill and except for one piece I'm trying to get in touch with LGT to replace (bubble in it) it looks great. Thanks! - jvp