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CAR Motorsports is pleased to offer the CTS Group a "free shipping" offer on all custom items ordered this week Monday through Saturday, 29 October. Simply call our Toll Free Order Line to take advantage of this offer. We have enjoyed building a rewarding relationship with the CTS owners and would like to show our appreciation for your support and loyalty through this offer. Any order of $200 or more will also include a "Free" Pair of CTS Custom Embroidered Seat Belt Cushions ($34.95 Value).

Our extensive line of Custom CTS Products includes but are not limited to:

Custom Embroidered Exact Fit Car Covers
Custom Embroidered Floor Mats
Custom Embroidered Trunk Mats
Custom Embroidered Dash Covers
Custom Embroidered Underhood Insulators
Custom Embroidered Trunk Lid Covers
Custom Embroidered Seat Belt Shoulder Cushions
Custom Embroidered Steering Wheel Covers
Custom Fitted and Insulated Windshield Sunshades
FilerMAG Oil Magnet System
Nickel Plated Cross Drilled Slotted and Diamond Slotted Brake Rotors
Performance Carbon Graphite Metallic Street Pads

Last week we ran a similar offer for the CTS-V Group and the response was very favorable. We look forward to serving you.

Rich
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RobertCTS said:
The 2006 CTS has an available tower brace that goes over the engine. It required a dent in the insulation for hood clearance. Can you offer that?
By dent, do you mean a relief area to accomidate the strut tower brace? If so then you would have to cut out the Underhood Insulator in that area and cover it accordingly with the material in the UHI Kit. I would think that the CTS-V UHI would already have this area relieved for the strut tower brace, so you could use that UHI. I did think the CTS and the CTS-V used the same UHI. Nevertheless, it is very easy to cut a relief area and then wrap around it...much like a light hole for an underhood light. Call for more details and advice.

Thanks, Rich
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