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Thread: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    Quote Originally Posted by Squirlz View Post
    I heard about that grill option directly from Cadillac people this Summer. It is out there somewhere. As far as sedan v coupe; I didn't know I HAD to have a V until I saw the wagon!
    Thanks!


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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    I can confirm the black grille option as it was on the potential option list when I ordered my '13 wagon. I personally didn't order it because I didn't think it was worh spending the $870 it cost, but that's just me.

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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    Yes, just chatted with Cadillac customer service.
    The BLACK CHROME GRILLE option is a dealer installed option.
    That's why it's not an available choice when you try to build one out on-line.
    And, yes, it's $870...

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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    2 $6.00 cans of plasti-dip and 2-3 hrs of your time is a much better solution imho. more durable (can easily do touch-ups) and the ability to revert back to stock is all one can ask for.

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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    Quote Originally Posted by Stillborn View Post
    2 $6.00 cans of plasti-dip and 2-3 hrs of your time is a much better solution imho. more durable (can easily do touch-ups) and the ability to revert back to stock is all one can ask for.
    Thanks!
    Wasn't too familiar with the product.
    After a little research, seems like its really easy to apply (and remove).
    Not to mention its inexpensive!
    You just saved me $1,700 on the next lease for rims and grille.

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    Re: Sedans VS Coupes Auto VS Manual

    I had 09 sedan..now 11 coupe. I love the coupe but there's a couple things to do in order to really exploit the shape. GM allows for too much ride height and too much tire inset on the V cars IMO. Lower the car with D3 comp springs and put 16mm spacers in rear, 11 mm spacers in front. Once you see this setup, you will not tolerate stock. Upgrade to 600 rwhp wouldn't hurt either...

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