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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    [pointless political commentary removed]
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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    [pointless political commentary removed]

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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    Yes, my squeaking door handles still matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spearfish25
    Yes, my squeaking door handles still matter.
    A little aerosol silicone using the long red tube?
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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    What Jud said [pointless political commentary removed]

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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

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    What Jud said [pointless political commentary removed]
    You're quite the comic.
    [Keep it classy, Naples]

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    This is the worst thread ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Va72mlibu View Post
    This is the worst thread ever.
    Agree. It's run its course and then train wrecked for the last 3 pages.

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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    I thought it started as a train wreck right off the bat than got a little better the last couple pages. Good luck w/ your V Spearfish and if you don't want it I'll take it off your hands for 40k...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spearfish25 View Post

    I've tried the 'no lift' twice. Both times have made me cringe. Is it supposed to be abrupt during the change or am I screwing it up? I've done it in Comp mode and shifted while flat around 6k rpm. The S/C whines like crazy and the shift is violent.
    It shouldn't be violent. Done right its very smoothe. Leave your right foot down... pull at the gate and stab the clutch pedal with your left foot.

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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    This is a thread about a guy who has some issues with his CTS-V. It's not about Obama or Bush or the deficit or the debt ceiling or any other political BS. If you want to talk about that stuff, go open any article on CNN.com or FoxNews.com - even an article about adopting puppies or any other subject will inevitably end up with people arguing politics.

    Here, we talk about cars. Let's keep it that way.
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    I guess adults can't talk about what adults want to talk about in America anymore. Bring on the sensors.

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    Re: Becoming really tired of my CTS-V

    His point wasn't censorship. It's that this is the cadillac forum's general car discussion section for the CTS-V. There is an off-topic portion of the forum if you want to discuss politics. You've completely run a tangent in this thread to share your political opinions which have no relation whatsoever to the topic of this thread.
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    Not politically correct lol. Sally and Jim both do all the homework n study for tests and quizzes. Tom n Lisa hate school, don't show up, and don't study. Sally and Jim are A students, Tom n Lisa receive failing grades all the time.. Only fair thing is to average the grades together so everyone gets Cs. We wouldn't want things to be unfair to them or there parents by failing them... It's only fair and politically correct. Telling someone they are blatantly wrong is being overbearing and mean. Lol. I'm done ha

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    Did you get my no lift shift response? Its really quite easy and smoothe.

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