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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Performance Mods Discussion, Handling optons for 2013 CTS in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; Originally Posted by jamiejam1 well Actually I slapped 20's on with 40 series tires, that raised the car up about ...
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    Re: Handling optons for 2013 CTS

    Quote Originally Posted by jamiejam1 View Post
    well Actually I slapped 20's on with 40 series tires, that raised the car up about 1/4 " from oem height, Then added the eibach spring kit which then brought me down to 1/2 in below OEM height. End result is I filled the wheel gap, Got 10.5" w rims with a wide flushed stance, amazing handling and the car loves the setup! I'm thinking that these rims and tires weigh less than the OEM's they seem to weigh a freaking ton! Just my .02

    Hummmmm! Got me thinking now!

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    Re: Handling optons for 2013 CTS

    Quote Originally Posted by jamiejam1 View Post
    well Actually I slapped 20's on with 40 series tires, that raised the car up about 1/4 " from oem height, Then added the eibach spring kit which then brought me down to 1/2 in below OEM height. End result is I filled the wheel gap, Got 10.5" w rims with a wide flushed stance, amazing handling and the car loves the setup! I'm thinking that these rims and tires weigh less than the OEM's they seem to weigh a freaking ton! Just my .02
    I think if you used 35 tires with the 20 wheels you would get close to OEM without need for lowering springs. Question - would this setup, without the springs, result in much better handling?

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