2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Has anybody run the 305/45/18 MT's in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Thanks
Also i run 305/30/19 on factory rims for daily driving with abslolutely no problems at all....
2.55 upper, Lingenfelter intake tube, K&N filter, stock air box mod, removed cats, and meth injection. Was only able to go once before tracks closed for winter. It did a 1.62, 1.55, and 1.58 60'. I run 26lbs of air and absolutely no slip.
I agree. I was going to get the Mickey Thompson's but one of my buddied had these at a great price so i said i would try them and if they would fit i would buy them. I definately would not of bought them new for almost 400$. He no longer needed them since he sold his 09 Z06 and gave me a great price. I could probably run 30lbs and still not slip they stick so well. I was just offering imformation on what would fit. Im in the process of adding a lower pully, cam, injectors, and a 75 shot of NOS. I feel like they will be of some benefit then but still probably a little big.
Yeah that's nice...I just bought the 305/35/18s on ZO6 Spyders and others have hit the 1.5 range consistently so should be fine. I agree Junkie should go with the 305/45/18 though, he is making the power for it.
Assuming that's an 18x9.5 Z06 front wheel, that 335 must be very narrow. I put one of my front Z06 wheels with a 295/35 on the back of my V last night and the outside of it was dead even with the outside of the fender lip. I can't imagine getting a 335 where I currently have that 295 PS2 on the 9.5 rim, so Hoosier sizing must be very different from Michelin.