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Spanish_celica Mar 23, 6:25pm - #132751 
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Which springs to get?

Hi guys, I was wondering which springs would lower my car noticably. The thing is I don't want to lower it too much to the point that I need a camber correction kit. Which ones should I get? Thanks
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StoneSour Mar 23, 6:46pm - #132752 

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v3n0m Mar 23, 6:52pm - #132753 

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You only need a cambe kit if you slam the rear, but since you don't wanna drop it that much, you wont that problem.

There's a lot of options, all ranging from a 1-4" drop, it depends how low you wanna go & how much you wanna spend. Eibach/TRD are the most popular. Read the vendor reviews & it'll tell you how people rate their springs.

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i say go for eibachs...
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blackcel Mar 23, 7:06pm - #132755 

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Eibach is the way to go, i love mine.

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Spanish_celica Mar 23, 7:14pm - #132756 
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I was thinkin about getting Hotchkis but do I need a cmber correctin kit if I get these and where is the cheapest place to buy then from? Thanks again guys.
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v3n0m Mar 23, 7:18pm - #132757 

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Hotchkis wont drop it that much, so you don't need a camber link. If the place that does the alignment tells you that you need one, tell them that the rear camber links are adjustabe grin
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bmw52786 Mar 23, 8:40pm - #132758 

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tein s 1.4" drop, thats what im gettin

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GTStick Mar 23, 8:43pm - #132759 

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eibach's or TRD's are what you want, only drop alittle over an inch front a back.
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GraSSRooTs Mar 24, 10:08pm - #132761 

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Hotchkis or TRD

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daekyu1974 Mar 24, 10:17pm - #132762 

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Originally Posted by Spanish_celica
Hi guys, I was wondering which springs would lower my car noticably. The thing is I don't want to lower it too much to the point that I need a camber correction kit. Which ones should I get? Thanks


Get Tanabe it looks nice. Specially if you have/gonna get 18" rims. Here is mine with 18" with Tanabe 2" drop all around. Good luck.
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Gen7fan Mar 24, 10:24pm - #132763 
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Originally Posted by daekyu1974
Originally Posted by Spanish_celica
Hi guys, I was wondering which springs would lower my car noticably. The thing is I don't want to lower it too much to the point that I need a camber correction kit. Which ones should I get? Thanks


Get Tanabe it looks nice. Specially if you have/gonna get 18" rims. Here is mine with 18" with Tanabe 2" drop all around. Good luck.



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