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Old 07-17-2009, 04:22 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if the cts-v came in a automatic? If so what years?
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Old 07-17-2009, 04:23 PM   #2
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My 09 has an auto
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Does anyone know if the cts-v came in a automatic? If so what years?
First gen V's ('04-'07) only came in manual, and no, no one has retrofit an auto b/c they wouldn't fit.

2nd Gen ('09+) have the option...
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yeah... what he said ^
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Sorry for bringing up an older thread, I'm still learning about these cars. 08' Yes/No on the Auto? It's a 2nd Gen, but you put 09'+

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That's because I don't think they ever made an '08 V.

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No auto's until '09.
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That's because they never made an '08 V.
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Lmao!!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 03:23 AM   #11
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Sure they fit. Contact RPM Transmissions. The car needs to be an 06-07. Then you need to get the controller from John @ Speartech. They will do the swap and provide the trans. They told me that I cannot supply my own trans fro the swap.
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Sure they fit. Contact RPM Transmissions. The car needs to be an 06-07. Then you need to get the controller from John @ Speartech. They will do the swap and provide the trans. They told me that I cannot supply my own trans fro the swap.
Do they cut out the trans tunnel too?
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Do they cut out the trans tunnel too?
No cutting necessary. There is a special tool made for that particular installation.

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No cutting necessary. There is a special tool made for that particular installation.
I thought that was a ford tool, not caddy.
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http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/conver...0e-swap-2.html

http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/conver...80e-6l90e.html

Some picture and info. Speaertech info as well.
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Sure they fit. Contact RPM Transmissions. The car needs to be an 06-07. Then you need to get the controller from John @ Speartech. They will do the swap and provide the trans. They told me that I cannot supply my own trans fro the swap.
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You act like someone did this in a CTS-V before. Do you have any info on an actual swap in a V that was successful?
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RPM will put an auto into anything that GM makes.

I'm having 07 z06 and putting an auto into it.
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RPM will put an auto into anything that GM makes.

I'm having 07 z06 and putting an auto into it.
RPM and IPS Motorsports converted my 07 Z over to an automatic too. Best money I've ever spent!
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the V is a bit different, it has been discussed already, until i see some pictures of an actual swap into a V everything above is BS to me.
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You act like someone did this in a CTS-V before. Do you have any info on an actual swap in a V that was successful?
Did you call RPM? I talked to them about a year and a half ago when I was going to buy a V so I don't rememebr the whole conversation. But they said they can do it and quoted a price. That's why in my post I said only an 06-07. I did not just make up the info.
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