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cycocelica Feb 20, 10:01pm - #107457 

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Lowering question

I got 17" wheels and no kit. How much, in your opinion, would you lower it? Thank you
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MptGlw69 Feb 20, 10:11pm - #107458 
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2".
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cycocelica Feb 20, 10:13pm - #107459 

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Thanks...thats what i was thinking
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MptGlw69 Feb 20, 10:15pm - #107460 
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What springs are you going to go with?
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cycocelica Feb 20, 10:17pm - #107461 

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Possibly Gold-Line or Tanabe. They give close to a 2" drop.
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MptGlw69 Feb 20, 10:24pm - #107462 
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Originally Posted by cycocelica
Possibly Gold-Line or Tanabe. They give close to a 2" drop.


The Eibach Sportlines would be more what your looking for than the Gold-Lines. But out of those, I would go with the Tanabe, which is what I was I wanted, until I realized coilovers would probably be better for me.
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 20, 10:25pm - #107463 

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Get some Eibach Sportlines grin
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Virgilson Feb 20, 10:33pm - #107464 

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Exactly ...thats what i'm getting... thumbsup
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cycocelica Feb 20, 10:36pm - #107465 

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Sweet thanks! I noticed that Eibach Sportlines are the same price as the Tanabes..so i am going to go with Eibach
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SeeULater Feb 21, 1:33am - #107466 
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The sportlines are the only way to go. I put some on my friends civic very nice for they price. They work well with stock and aftermarket struts. Very aggressive looking drop that you wont regret!!
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NorwayGT Feb 21, 1:36am - #107467 

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Eyger Feb 21, 4:20am - #107468 

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Drop it 13 inches. Ha ha, Low is good! thumbsup

Knowing the path and choosing the path are two different things.
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RoMkApOmKa Feb 21, 8:13am - #107469 

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Originally Posted by MptGlw69
2".

Sportlines - Perfect looks with and w/o body kit.
www.Modacar.com $185 for Eibach Sportlines!
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cycocelica Feb 21, 9:42am - #107470 

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13" is alittle much, dont know if i could drive the car haha but a 2" is a nice drop.
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Eyger Feb 21, 10:06pm - #107471 

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Originally Posted by cycocelica
13" is alittle much, dont know if i could drive the car haha but a 2" is a nice drop.


spineyes Yeah, 2" is a key number. It seems to fit a lot of cars really nicely. When it comes to the Celica, I think you'll be pleased.

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