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Thread: CTS Tuners?

  1. #16
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    wow that seems a bit expensive for an anti roll kit


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    Wink

    Hey I dont make 'em I just distribute them for less But than again nice cars have to have nice suspensions. Eibach is probably the leading company for aftermarket suspension products.

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    Yeah actually i was thinking about the price in terms of eibach pro-kit which i bought today for $209!! Cant wait to get them installed!

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    what's in the kit? sway bars and bushings only? front and rear? upper/lower?

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    Eibach

    Its a complete kit, front and rear, bushings, mounting hardware, instructions. You open the box, you put it on. Thats it.

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    Do they make something like this for Infinitis? and are they uprated poly bushings or rubber? also, are the sway bars thicker, different material, adjustable?

    thanks again...

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    I havent seen awhole lot of sway bars for Infinitis. For the CTS though the front bar is 29mm the rear is 22mm, theyre both made of aircraft grade steel, not sure about the bushings...but Eibach is considered to be the best company out there for suspension products so Im sure theyre not made of cream cheese.

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    cool. just curious. some companies are using alum alloys or larger diameter hollowed steel tubing that is heat treated like exhaust piping. 22mm rear is a good size.

    i know of eibach's equipment, but they have different "grades" within their own suspension kits. just wondering where this fits in.

    appreciate the feedback!

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    Steinmetz?

    Hi all, new here, as I don't own a CTS yet, but I am looking at buying, and tuning the CTS is of interest to me.

    I remember a company called Steinmetz had a cool package set up for the Catera, but I looked at their web site www.steinmetz.de/englisch/produkte.htm and did not see anything for the CTS, just curious, does the CTS share underpinnings with a similar Opel, as there seems to be a variety of Opel goods.

    How is the factory "sport" suspension with self leveling feature?

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    IIRC, the CTS is a completely different design from the Catera/Omega.

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