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Thinking of buying them since I do a couple of track events a year and I wanted to find out how people like them.
 

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Hey,

What organizations do you run track events with. I have been to 8 track event with Tracquest this past year but I'm always the only CTS-V there. Let me know. Maybe I'll see you at a future track event.

Jeff
 

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OK, the Hotchkis are on.

Quality - perfect per Hotchkis reputation.

Installation issues? None. Total time to install sway bars is probably really only an hour. I spent 2.5 doing rotors and sways, and not rushing.

The V rides a tad stiffer, but much flatter during transition and cornering. I highly recommend them.

Ody - if you still want to sway V style - PM me.

WW out.
 

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The last event I went to was by ALL TIME RACING at Willow (big track). I have been to Laguna Seca with NASA and Streets of Willow and Buttonwillow with www.speedtrialusa.com.

In fact, there is another Streets of Willow track event coming up the weekend after Thanksgiving. I am thinking of going to that one as well, even though it's not perfect for our cars but I'll give it a try. This one is also by Speedtrial USA.

Let me know if you will attend. You can always email me at [email protected]


JWhyld said:
Hey,

What organizations do you run track events with. I have been to 8 track event with Tracquest this past year but I'm always the only CTS-V there. Let me know. Maybe I'll see you at a future track event.

Jeff
 

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Has anyone installed the Hotchkis sway bars on a V that has been lowered via the CTS shocks/Eibach springs combo?
 
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