Do you have a link or anything? Very curious to know more.I'm actually interested in a CTS-V caliper conversion... There's a company that specialized in brackets for adapting, and they have them already for the RS.
All in is just over $600 ish, and apparently it's a very good upgrade. Waiting to hear back on the FuSpo, but if they can do it, I'll be painting all 4 in as close to ruby red as I can get, and I'll probably put a Brembo logo on the front.
CTS-V BRAKE SWAPDo you have a link or anything? Very curious to know more.
There are pictures of Subaru's with 17 and 18 inch wheels with the calipers clearing...The CTS-V comes with some massive brakes. 4 pots up front would give you serious stopping power. Would you have any issues with wheel clearance though ?
Returning your lease will not require you to paint them back. If the dealership you work with would make a big deal about that, you are going to a shitty dealership.I don't think so, but I'm not gonna go through the hassle of painting them only to have to paint them back.
Yeah, I got one of these from Ally when I leased a GMC Acadia from them. I think the tread depth thing is mostly a scam. I think they put that on there mainly to trick people into giving them a new set of tires with the car when they return it. In my case, the vehicle had 31K miles on it, and I don't consider their tread depth limit to be "unusual wear" for an SUV with that mileage. It didn't matter since the dealer bought it from Ally on the spot after "inspecting" the car for about a minute. I was all ready for a fight about the tires but it never came up.They even send you a small card before EOL with the allowable scratch lengths etc.. One tip, inspect your tire tread depth and if questionable go put some cheap used tires on it shortly before inspection.