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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Eibachs in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Anyone know the best place/price to get eibach springs??...
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    Eibachs

    Anyone know the best place/price to get eibach springs??

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    Re: Eibachs

    TireRack has them for $253. I got mine from them. cheapest I could find and very reputable vendor. had the springs the same week I ordered them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SerbsCTSV
    TireRack has them for $253. I got mine from them. cheapest I could find and very reputable vendor. had the springs the same week I ordered them.
    Thanks I actually found them at auto anything for $242, I got a 10 percent off coupon plus I used my discover card which is 5% off online purchases this month also eibach is doing 10% rebate if you buy your springs before 1/31/14. So I will end up getting them for $200 after all discounts and rebates, after tax and shipped.

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    Rumor has it you should put the D3's on instead of the Eibach's due to suspension control issues that pop up with some cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoHawks24
    Rumor has it you should put the D3's on instead of the Eibach's due to suspension control issues that pop up with some cars.
    Installed eibachs with 5 inches cut on the fronts no issues what so ever rides wayyyyy better than D3 springs had them on my last car worst ride ever never buy D3 terrible ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc09ctsv View Post
    Installed eibachs with 5 inches cut on the fronts no issues what so ever rides wayyyyy better than D3 springs had them on my last car worst ride ever never buy D3 terrible ride.
    So do you still have the Mag ride?

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    Yes I do

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    Re: Eibachs

    Quote Originally Posted by GoHawks24 View Post
    Rumor has it you should put the D3's on instead of the Eibach's due to suspension control issues that pop up with some cars.
    So not true. You don't even have to cut the Eibachs and you will be fine. Leave the mag rod alone they work perfect. Some of that D3 stuff is almost double the price and for what?

    D3 springs cost over $450, Eibachs $230

    D3 heat exchanger $1300 http://d3groupinc.com/fmic/
    One just like it $700 http://weaponxmotorsports.myshopify....mount-36-units

    D3 lower pulley $1200 http://d3groupinc.com/d3-pulley-kits/
    Ligenfilter lower $800 http://www.lingenfelter.com/mm5/merc...gory_Code=C412
    Metco lower $840 http://www.metcomotorsports.com/prod...p?prod=ICP-LSA

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