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Keep CTS V rear end from blowing up.

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    Keep CTS V rear end from blowing up.

    Around a few buddies with GTO's and F-Body's we had all heard a lot of things about the bad rear end problems in CTS V's as some are having children and need extra space for stuff & Kids it's a great logical step for LS power junkies.

    SO is the problem as bad as the press and rumors make it out to be?

    If so how is it best fixed?

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    I was reading in a gm performace magazine and they had a cts-v that was pushing 800 hp. To solve the issue they retrofitted an 8.8 rear from a 99-04 cobra... but i think there should be something that would be similar to a gto setup that might work...

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