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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, velvety in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by The Tony Show Dad's suddenly realized Princess would wrap this car around a tree in 48 hours ...
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    Re: Riding the V

    Quote Originally Posted by The Tony Show View Post
    Dad's suddenly realized Princess would wrap this car around a tree in 48 hours or less, and is now in full backpedal and downselling mode.

    "The more I think about it honey- you don't want that car. It'll ride rough, and isn't very green at all."
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    Re: Riding the V

    assimilation
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    Re: Riding the V

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    My father in law said-OMG.... due to the low profile tires and high performance this new V will be a VERY hard ride and bumpy as heck.That I will not have a smooth driving experience. Is this the case? I'm looking for this car to be fast, has great handling, and pleasant to drive. As I am a "girl" is this an unreasonable expectation for the new V? Thanks for the feedback- LD.
    Seriously, don't you think it would be a good idea to wait until you / y'all can actually look at and drive one to make sure it's what you're looking for before you purchase it ? In some way I guess it doesn't matter even if you do order one and then for whatever reasons change your mind, the dealership will sell it in no time to someone else.
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    Re: Riding the V

    I think you guys fail to realize there is a vagina in this room...
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    Re: Riding the V

    just one?
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    Re: Riding the V

    As someone who's driven an 04 and an 09 back to back, I can say that the ride is better in the 09.
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    Re: Riding the V

    More than one would be good, real good.
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    Re: Riding the V

    Quote Originally Posted by urbanski View Post
    just one?
    Of course there's more than one.
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    Re: Riding the V

    Quote Originally Posted by thebigjimsho View Post
    I think you guys fail to realize there is a vagina in this room...
    Quote Originally Posted by urbanski View Post
    just one?
    Quote Originally Posted by Kadonny View Post
    More than one would be good, real good.
    Quote Originally Posted by thebigjimsho View Post
    Of course there's more than one.
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    Re: Riding the V

    Have you ever driven a car with over 500 HP? Any car with this type of handling/performance will have a very hard ride and feel bumpy compared to 95% of all cars out there. My SRT-8 is very stiff compared to the Impala rental car I had last week, but I'm willing to sacrifice comfort for handling.

    If you need insane HP and comfort, you better have a lot of money so you can buy a Mercedes S600 or S65.
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    Re: Riding the V

    [QUOTE=thebigjimsho;1579728]I think you guys fail to realize there is a vagina in this room...[/QUOT What is THAT supposed to mean? You sexist S.O.B. I just have the interest to buy this car and the $$$$ (mine) to do it. I wanted some feedback requesting if this car was going to ride like a truck. I am disappointed that some of you men can not or will not appreciate that I am looking for something that I can DRIVE, as well as having some comfort as I'm touring around locally.
    Signed,
    THE VAGINA
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    Re: Riding the V

    Well I'm not going to use the word so here it goes - We don't have that accessory, we don't know how to maintain it or get it to do much of anything.

    A has a lower return on investment than a K&N air filter.

    Those with don't think the same as those without - Look at Wildwhl.
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    Re: Riding the V

    Quote Originally Posted by luckydaughter View Post
    Signed,
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    Now that's funny.
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    Re: Riding the V

    He deserves to be called thelittlediksho!
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