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For those who have changed their suspension... #10032 Mar 20, 11:34am Mar 20, 11:34am
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For those who have changed their suspension...
I want to lower my celica, so i was thinking only about an inch give or take .5". Which company sells the 'best' suspension...as in, are there any differces between Eibach and Gold line, etc...

Also, does anyone know if you can buy Koni Yellows for the celica?!?!? confused

Thanks!


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Re: For those who have changed their suspension... [Re: tWiSteD] #10033 Mar 20, 11:46am Mar 20, 11:46am
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Go with Eibach Prokit or TRD. They are essentially the same. They give you about 1" drop.


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Re: For those who have changed their suspension... [Re: tony] #10034 Mar 20, 11:53am Mar 20, 11:53am
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Cool, thanks thumbsup cheers


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Re: For those who have changed their suspension... [Re: tWiSteD] #10035 Mar 20, 5:32pm Mar 20, 5:32pm
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yah the eibach and prokit are good i heard. hotchkis is about the same as well.. a tad lower in front and much lower in the back.. it evens it out. but personally.. i thought they would be much stiffer.


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Re: For those who have changed their suspension... [Re: hi ho silver] #10036 Mar 20, 9:53pm Mar 20, 9:53pm
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Quote:
Originally posted by hi ho silver:
yah the eibach and prokit are good i heard. hotchkis is about the same as well.. a tad lower in front and much lower in the back.. it evens it out. but personally.. i thought they would be much stiffer.
eibach MAKES the prokit...HAHHA

Re: For those who have changed their suspension... [Re: Eugic92] #10037 Mar 20, 11:49pm Mar 20, 11:49pm
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if you want a slightly lower drop, go with the h&r springs. 1.3 inches front and back.

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