Cadillac XLR Forum Discussion, Attn: Ccclarke in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR CORSA EXHAUST FOR $1200 AND WAS THAT PLUS SHIPPING? WHICH GRADE DID YOU GET? DO ...
- 03-11-12 06:00 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 2007 XLR & 1993 FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM
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- HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CALIF. 91745
WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR CORSA EXHAUST FOR $1200 AND WAS THAT PLUS SHIPPING? WHICH GRADE DID YOU GET? DO YOU HAVE THE GM PART NO. FOR THAT REAR TORSION BAR.
THANKS, BOB email@example.com
- 03-13-12 08:55 PM #2
Re: Attn: Ccclarke
After installing it three years ago, I honestly can't remember Bob. I searched online for a few months and the average price for the system (14156) was around $1600 plus shipping. Mine was $1200 w/free shipping, so you have to religiously shop around until find a good deal. If I come across a similar price, I'll forward a link. There is no grade of Cordsa exhaust for the XLR; but you can get it with dual or quad tips. I liked the looks of the quads, which can cost a bit more. The XLR Corsa exhaust sounds half as good as the one I put on my CTS-V, (different engine) sounds twices as stock, and looks a lot better than the cheap, chrome oval tips Cadillac tacked on it. At WOT it screams. It 's a GM-approved accessory.
There are loads of posts on the other XLR web site for the rear stabilizer bar including pics and part numbers, so I would check there rather than me having to post it over again here. The whole package through gmpartsdirect was around $120 and I installed it in about an hour by myself. Makes a big difference in the handling. Don't know why Cadillac didn't include it on all XLRs instead of just the V models, it wasn't expensive.
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