Thanks.Mbai2 said:Yes, just go to their website and seach for the appropriate application. SDMarine has both installed on his car and likes them. Hotchkis also makes sway and springs which are more aggressively tuned but also cost more. I have the Hotchkis set and feel very satisfied with the results.
Thanks.odysseus said:Eibach doesn't have shocks, but their springs are designed to use the stock shocks. They may only list the springs for an '03, since that's when they were originally designed, but rest assured, they're the same part for the 3.6L, since we all share the same chassis. They also have sway bars. If you have the Xenon HID headlights (or the sport package) you've got self leveling rear shocks. Go to CadillacFAQ to see how to lower them, so you can sit level when you lower your car.
Other options for springs are H&R and Intrax. For Sways, (besides Eibach) Hotchkis and the stock CTS-V bars are both upgrades to our cars.
Thanks, I'll check the forum. :thumbsup:odysseus said:There are plenty of V drivers who upgrade to the stiffer FG2 shocks, usually by the dealer before they pick up their new car. The old FE4's may even be laying around at the dealer. If you ask over in the V forum, you'd be surprised at how many are willing to sell their old FE4's for under $100/set. That's how I got mine. It also helps if you can do the WildWhl Nivomat mod before you do the spring install, then simply swap shocks and springs at the same time.