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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Appearance Mods Discussion, Temporary MOD: Powdercoated OEM 18"s *PICS* in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; your car looks so amazing. its flat out sinister! keep up the amazing work! you have no idea how many ...
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    Re: Temporary MOD: Powdercoated OEM 18"s *PICS*

    your car looks so amazing. its flat out sinister! keep up the amazing work! you have no idea how many times i have looked at the pictures that you have posted!

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    Re: Temporary MOD: Powdercoated OEM 18"s *PICS*

    The grille is taking FOOOOREVER! Im trying to have patience.. Its being made so I'll hopefully get it on by Wednesday. It'll be the stock horizontal slits all black while replacing the plastic grid with heavy duty mesh. Still not sure if i'll powdercoat the mesh yet...

    Also- for some who are interested in the lowering: I took her on a small road trip to la quinta over the weekend, the highways and back roads were a good chance for me and a friend to test the springs. He and I immediately noticed a more "bouncy" feel. The FE3 were just awesome and I kind of miss them. Drove like a uber-tight BMW (sorry for the german reference) The Eibach springs aren't as stiff, yes. But they do add a nice balance of sport and comfort. Almost feels like a stock option. All in all, the look is incredible, the balance is priceless, and the feeling is memorable... Just like a Cadillac should be.

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