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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-01-2005, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Comprehensive List of Parts Manufacturers/Suppliers

Note: Links are organized in Alphabetical order, and the order does not indicate preference.

Parts Retailers

South Florida Pulley Headquarters

Tuner Shops:

BMR Fabrication
Dynotech Engineering
Mallett Cars
More Performance, Inc.
Stealth V Engineering


Dealerships:

Lund Cadillac

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Need to find a kit to eliminate the 1st. to 4th.
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That would be the skip shift eliminator. Everyone sells those things. I put one on my Z28 becuase it was really annoying. For some reason I don't seem to mind it that much on the CTS-V. I doesn't do it that much, or maybe it is just my driving...
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Need to find a kit to eliminate the 1st. to 4th.

Stealth V sells a nice weather proof !CAGS. I believe it is around $50. If you don't want to spend that much, you can always make your own. Do a search on google for !CAGS or CAGS Eliminator and you will come up with several how to documents.




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there is a pretty big list of mods available here:
http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/vmodlist.html

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Don't forget www.afterthoughtsauto.com , they have custom fuel rail covers.
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Note: Links are organized in Alphabetical order, and the order does not indicate preference.

Tuner Shops:

BMR Fabrication
Dynotech Engineering
Mallett Cars
More Performance, Inc.
Stealth V Engineering


Dealerships:

Lund Cadillac

If you would like to be included on the list, please pm ekool.
Jonel, do not forget to add South Florida Pulley HQ into the manufactuers list above, as we specialize in the Magnacharger Units and also different Magnacharger Pulley Sizes. Check out the links here:
http://www.southfloridapulleyhq.com/SFPH/ctsv/ctsv_products.htm

http://www.southfloridapulleyhq.com/...ed_pulleys.htm
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Need to find a kit to eliminate the 1st. to 4th.
i had 95 TA and a buddy of mine got a resistor from radio shack for 5 cents and that solved my skip shift. dont know about the V though. i would assume its the same.
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i had 95 TA and a buddy of mine got a resistor from radio shack for 5 cents and that solved my skip shift. dont know about the V though. i would assume its the same.
Yeap pretty much the same. 99cummins are you on the cumminsforum also? I go under the same name on there if so..
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Hello, BMR offers several parts for the CTS-V that will increase performance as well as driveability. Take a look at our site and if you have any questions please give me a call.
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