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eibach sport lines #111037 Feb 24, 12:21pm Feb 24, 12:21pm
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eibach sport lines
the eibach have like 2" drop, or something, can someone clarify this and does anyone have pics for a comparison with these springs and 18" wheels and 17" wheels, need to know what rims to buy since i am going to buy these springs, thanks


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Re: eibach sport lines [Re: qbanprepster21] #111038 Feb 24, 2:20pm Feb 24, 2:20pm
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I have eibachs and love them. Highly recommended.


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Re: eibach sport lines [Re: qbanprepster21] #111039 Feb 24, 2:21pm Feb 24, 2:21pm
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There are two different eibach springs. The sportlines are 2". You can read more about the differences here:

https://www.celicahobby.com/reviews/showcat.php?cat=6&thumb=1


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Re: eibach sport lines [Re: Evan] #111040 Feb 24, 4:02pm Feb 24, 4:02pm
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the eibach sportlines give a 1.8" drop in the front and a 2.4" drop in the rear. because the celica is produced with the front end lower than the rear end (as many fwd cars are produced) the result appears to be a 2" all around drop.

Re: eibach sport lines [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #111041 Feb 24, 4:58pm Feb 24, 4:58pm
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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
the eibach sportlines give a 1.8" drop in the front and a 2.4" drop in the rear. because the celica is produced with the front end lower than the rear end (as many fwd cars are produced) the result appears to be a 2" all around drop.


so how would they look with 18" rims and 17" rims, i need to know what size to buy based on what fits and looks better


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Re: eibach sport lines [Re: qbanprepster21] #111042 Feb 24, 4:59pm Feb 24, 4:59pm
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They would look thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup


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Re: eibach sport lines [Re: qbanprepster21] #111043 Feb 24, 5:11pm Feb 24, 5:11pm
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the sportlines are very popular here. Go with what you want... the aforementioned springs slam your car much more than my pick the Eibach Pro's. The latter, just like TRD, gives a modest 1.2" drop

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