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Mar 22, 8:11am - #131688 
help me decide on a rear...

was looking around and I think I'm gonna go with the extremor front, and sides...but I don't like the rear and have been wondering about either the TRD lip, veilside rear, or the kaminari rear...my first choice is the Kaminari rear, but I'm not sure, and if it came down to it to help things flow better I wouldn't be against the extremor rear...post it up and help me out

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Mar 22, 9:34am - #131689 
Might as well go with the Extremor rear, get the whole kit. But be prepared to pay an arm and a leg for it, that's if you're gonna buy the real thing. VS might flow well w/it, same thing with TRD, but I don't think Kam will.

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Mar 22, 9:37am - #131690 
Kaminari thumbsup

It really flows well with the lines of the celica, and it has perfect fitment - can't beat that.

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Mar 22, 12:21pm - #131691 
Veilside! grin


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Mar 22, 2:26pm - #131692 
yeah, the kam rear really looks good thumbsup, and as far as the extremor kit goes, I can have the whole thing for like $1,400 to my door (I know someone in a distributing business that goes to japan like 6 times a year, and happens to be a HUGE car nut...he's gotten parts for his supra, his 3000gt hard top, and his daughter's 3000GT all from japan when he went, and got them back without problems)...just looking for input

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Mar 22, 6:32pm - #131693 
$1400 is really cheap. The cheapest price I've seen online is $1800 + shipping.

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Mar 22, 6:49pm - #131694 
Veilside thumbsup


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Mar 22, 7:09pm - #131695 
the FULL extremor is awesome...i love the sides and rear...

but i think Veilside's rear will match up pretty well...not kaminari...kam is too clean for extremor and TRD = no...

get the second VS rear..the FF GT series rear.


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