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Anyone make coilovers that lower the car more than standard spring drops... I want a coilover that works with the suspension button to still work.
 

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If you get coilovers you will be disabling the mr system. The mr system relies on the oem shocks. You can go with springs but nobody out there makes springs for our rides yet.
 

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Anyone make coilovers that lower the car more than standard spring drops... I want a coilover that works with the suspension button to still work.
I don't think there are anything out there available for the V's yet. I actually called Eibach and H&R to see if they were going to make springs for the V's anytime soon. Eibach said they cancelled the R&D on the springs, and H&R does not even have the V on the list to be looked at.
And for the suspension button to work on aftermarket coilovers, I highly doubt anyone has anything for that. That button is designed to be used with our stock suspension. The only company I can see utilizing that would be Tein and their EDFC system (Electronic Damping Force Controller).
 

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My Eibachs that are designed for a non V CTS work great. No issues. Ride control still good and can still tell the difference between Touring mode and sport. And because our cars are heavier, the ride is lower than a reg CTS.
 

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^ so would you say that the tour mode now feels like the sport mode on the oem springs ? - just trying to get a feel for the ride
 
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