We were suppose to pick up the wife's car today but it won't be ready until tomorrow, so I got out and washed the car instead. 🙂 Yes, it was a little cold but the sun was shining and I had 120 degree water to work with, so not a problem.
I finally got to put my foot in the gas briefly since it was dry outside today, but I wasn't logging the car at the time, but MAN... this thing is making some serious power now. 🙂 I'll get out tomorrow and log it and see how it's doing. I have about 3/4 of a tank of E62 that I'd like to run down as low as possible so I can add about 13-14 gallons of E85 (or whatever percentage is coming out of the pump)
In the meantime, I thought I'd get some pictures of the fitment of the new tires in the front. This is the way that Cadillac should have done it from the factory. Before the front had a larger gap between the fender and tire, the new tire size fixes that.
Everything is tucked in and nothing rubs. I do have -2.5º negative camber in the front and -2.2º in the rear, so that pulls the top of the tire in a little more than other people might have.
Here's a zoomed in view of the front.