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imp Mar 26, 3:37am - #10374 
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1990 Ford Ranger

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st. joseph, mo
suspension help

i'm lookin at upgrading my suspension, not lowering it necessarily, just improving handling. i'm thinkin about the apr flex control bar, but what else should i get? like saw bars and all that, brands would help too.thanks

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RAWGTS Mar 26, 4:11pm - #10375 

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Strut tower bars and sway bars will keep the car more level when you turn. I haven't put any on my car yet (only had it 5 days) but from what I have heard Hotchkis Tuning has the best "performance-wise". They claim the Celica will beat a Z06 and a GT2 in slolom speed and skidpad. Any name brand will help.
Robert

'03 GT-S w/ Action Package. AEM CAI. TWM SS. Pivot Adj. Shift Light. Veilside Ti Teardrop Exhaust. Intrax Springs. Hotchkiss Sway Bars. APR Front Strut Brace. APR Canards. ADR Flite 5 Wheels w/Bridgestone 225/40/18 SO3 Pole Position Tires. Autometer Cobalt guages.
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dondiemand Mar 26, 7:27pm - #10376 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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do a quick search in the forum, there are lots of suspension topics that have been discussed..some of it may answer ur question thumbsup
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