Cadillac Catera and Cimarron Forum Discussion, Coil Over Conversion in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I have a 2000 cat and I'm wondering if anyone has done a "coil over" conversion. I need a new ...
I have a 2000 cat and I'm wondering if anyone has done a "coil over" conversion. I need a new set of springs so i want to know if its possible to use a set of one piece coil over springs instead. any info would help
I was considering using the aftermarket springs but i have 20's on my cat. I dont really want to lower it much. I dont have much space as it si. I think 1.4-1.6 would be too much. As well how much is the camber kit, and what was the cost to get them installed
You can try the KW Suspensions INOX-Line. They got two versions, one with pre set dampers and one with adjustable rebound. These coil overs are for street use and have softer spings than racing versions.
Automobile(s): Platinum 2001 Cadillac Catera Sport
Re: Coil Over Conversion
Don't know of any coil-overs for the Catera but find yourself a wrecked '04-'06 Pontiac GTO. They're shorter and slightly stiffer then the Cateras stock springs. All 4 will fit the Catera and lower it about 1 inch all around. The front struts don't fit but the rear shocks do if you're willing to disable the leveling. Grab the 2004 GT0's front brake calipers with their hoses and upgrade the Cat's brakes while you're at it. They're dual piston units versus the Catera's singles. The GTO hoses are a must since the Catera's are shorter and could be damaged if used with the GTO calipers. Read more about your suspension and brake options in the CateraOwners forum. Just follow the links.