rocketeer, please let us know if you end up cutting out the whole bottom of the airbox like in the pictures (there's more over at LS1Tech). There's a foot mounted towards the back-half of the airbox that appears as though it would rest on the lip behind the downward opening but in front of the wheelwell. If it's functional, I'm thinking of keeping it intact just in case it might minimize vibration that could lead to cracks, rubbing off paint, or whatever. I'm also wondering if it would be worthwhile to seal the bottom off from the engine compartment, maybe using some extreme-duty weatherstrip-like stuff?
I thought that over when I first saw it. While it works, Jesse, (Wait4Me), will soon have a full CAI mod which will replace the OEM air-box. I have that on order now. When going to the dealer, I will simply remove Jesse's CAI mod and re-install the OEM air-box. To me, that's better than chopping up the OEM box, and possibly having the dealer discover it during a visit.
So I've been saving to buy a gen 2. (I like paying cash for things)
I came across these adds. (I can post link if necessary)
I admit im new to Cadillacs, but those seem really cheap as far as manual cts V's go.
Only 40k mile too.
This can't be the normal price right?
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I haven't had a chance to use it yet on the CTS-V but i want to remove my stock rims and have them chrome next month has anyone done the same the jacking points look ? But the blocks which came with the kit should work good ill tell all then. 2015 CTS-V coupe