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hkysk8r86
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Apr 7, 9:19pm - #148106 
Eibach Springs


Sportline or Pro-kit
Sportline Springs
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Which ones are better? and which ones will look nice with a WingsWest Bodykit? confused

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RoMkApOmKa
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Apr 7, 9:49pm - #148107 
Here is the Sportline drop. thumbsup And Pro will look only slightly lower than a stock... thumbsdown

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Apr 7, 10:04pm - #148108 
oh ok, so I guess sportline is the way to go. anyone know how the sportline springs look on a WingsWest bodykit?

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Apr 7, 10:06pm - #148109 
The Wings West kit is pretty high so I would go with the Sportlines. They drop about 2" all around. thumbsup

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Apr 7, 10:18pm - #148110 
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Apr 8, 1:33am - #148111 
sorry to snag your thread, but i'm also interested in the eibach springs and was wondering if the sportlines would be too much of a drop for the kam kit, because the side skirts seem to be low as is, i just wanna get rid of the gap...would the pro-kit and 18's do the trick?

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Apr 8, 4:52am - #148112 
eibach sportlines give a 1.8" drop in the front and a 2.4" drop in the back. this drops your car as well as 'evens' it (it takes the 'forward lean' out of the celica)


eibach sportlines give a 1.2" drop in the front and a 1.1" drop in the rear. this increases the celicas 'forward lean' slightly and traction is improved (whereas traction is slightly decreased in the sportline springs)

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Apr 8, 5:01am - #148113 
sportlines...

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Apr 8, 8:15am - #148114 
Originally Posted by initial_D
sorry to snag your thread, but i'm also interested in the eibach springs and was wondering if the sportlines would be too much of a drop for the kam kit, because the side skirts seem to be low as is, i just wanna get rid of the gap...would the pro-kit and 18's do the trick?


the kam kit, 18's, and a TRD/Eibach pro drop is a very good combo - it's what I plan on doing (1/3 of the way there and finishing this summer)

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