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polok120
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polok120 Feb 24, 7:52am - #110744 

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Lowering Springs

are Dropzone Lowering Springs anygood? confused
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polok120
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polok120 Feb 24, 7:54am - #110745 

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if not then which are the best or what type of suspenseion package is the best
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element_celica Feb 24, 7:58am - #110746 

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dropzone sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!
oh and do a search...you'll find lots of answers

but if you want springs, go with tein or eibach.
and then go with kyb agx adjustable shocks or koni yellows.

if you want a suspension package(full adjustable coilover setup), tein and tanabe have some.

rip celi...
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blackcel
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blackcel Feb 24, 6:32pm - #110747 

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Dropzone springs are weak. I have the eibach sportlines and i love it. Highly Recomended.

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beans Feb 24, 6:38pm - #110748 
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how do dropzone springs suck?

what do you mean by weak?
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 24, 6:39pm - #110749 

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I've never heard too much about them...I'd stick with Eibach, TRD, or Tein grin
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polok120
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polok120 Feb 24, 8:42pm - #110750 

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how about skunk2?
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VSGTS14 Feb 24, 9:04pm - #110751 

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dropzone? sound shitty



Skunk2 are nice! thumbsup thumbsup

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Speed4TheNeed Feb 24, 10:16pm - #110752 

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i'm not very familiar with dropzone...but almost everythign i've heard on them is negative. i've heard they wear out faster than most other aftermarket springs.

i'd go with eibach sportlines, eibach pros, tein ss, or hotchkis superforms (these brands set the standard for celica springs) thumbsup

for easy comparing & midrange pricing (you will be able to find them cheaper--but it'll be hard to find a more reputable company here at intensepower.com: celica suspension

hope this helps. thumbsup
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Evan Feb 24, 10:23pm - #110753 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
i'm not very familiar with dropzone...but almost everythign i've heard on them is negative. i've heard they wear out faster than most other aftermarket springs.

i'd go with eibach sportlines, eibach pros, tein ss, or hotchkis superforms (these brands set the standard for celica springs) thumbsup

for easy comparing & midrange pricing (you will be able to find them cheaper--but it'll be hard to find a more reputable company here at intensepower.com: celica suspension

hope this helps. thumbsup


That about covers it. grin

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