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Apr 11, 8:13am - #11565 
Skunk 2 vs Eibach Sportline

The other day I went to the the custom shop and was wantin to order some springs i was goin up there set to buy the Eibach sportlines i dunno what was up the website was down or something they couldnt get them. I am wanting something low low...he talked to me about the skunk 2 springs and it seemed to low but i went ahead a got them i have 17 in wheels with 205/40/17 tires yesterday he called me and said that the springs wouldnt be here for 2 weeks but he got the eibach site to come up and said he could order me those and i said ok...i want to hurry up and lowering it because prom and shows are coming up...i was just wondering...which spring is better is the skunk 2 to low just gimmie some info.

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Apr 11, 8:16am - #11566 
Well I can vouch for Eibach Sportlines. I have them as well as Hotchkis Street Sway Bars and let me tell you that my car hugs the road real well! I totally recommend Eibach Sportlines to any celica owner. It really is a great product. Best of all it makes your cars stance look very aggressive.

Eibach Sportlines = thumbsup

[ 04-11-2003, 08:17 AM: Message edited by: Steven ]

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Apr 11, 9:30am - #11567 
Steven, you got a bodykit? Did you have to get camber links, and shocks? I think I talked to you about this earlier, but can't remember if it was you.


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Apr 12, 5:01pm - #11568 
i've got the skunk2's on my 00' GTS and i love the things. the ride is great and it handles ridiculous.

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Apr 12, 7:17pm - #11569 
No bodykit, no camber links and stock shocks/struts. I have a set system of priority parts that need upgrading. Basically the rest of the suspension needs to be upgraded. A body kit is not a priority right now although I have been looking for a front lip.

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Originally posted by SpiderManGT:
Steven, you got a bodykit? Did you have to get camber links, and shocks? I think I talked to you about this earlier, but can't remember if it was you.

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