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markxxcelica
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markxxcelica Apr 24, 8:41am - #163201 
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is 1.4 inch drop doesn't require camber kit?

hey guys, i'm about to buy the tein s tech lowering springs. it suppose to drop 1.4 inch front and back. also thinkin about eibach pro kit. anyway.. I dont want to buy a camber kit. What would be a safe drop that doesnt require camber kit or messing up the tire wear? if you have any experience w/ tein s tech or eibach prokit let me know..

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Stephen Apr 24, 8:42am - #163202 
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You shouldn't have any problems with that drop.
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v3n0m Apr 24, 8:44am - #163203 

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carbon_blut_gt has Tein springs, so PM him.

General rule is that you don't need a camber kit if you don't drop it more than 2"
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carbon_blue_gt Apr 24, 8:46am - #163204 
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You don't need a camber kit with the tein springs...

I highly recommend them though.. they're great quality! thumbsup

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Heat Apr 24, 8:51am - #163205 
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Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
You don't need a camber kit with the tein springs...

I highly recommend them though.. they're great quality! thumbsup


spineyes We were just discussing this. lol wave

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mastro543 Apr 24, 11:11am - #163206 

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Originally Posted by Stephen
You shouldn't have any problems with that drop.
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bmw52786 Apr 24, 4:23pm - #163207 

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when you do get these installed, take pics cause im interested in buying tein springs and want to see what the drop looks like! thanks thumbsup

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eric_h Apr 24, 6:01pm - #163208 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
carbon_blut_gt has Tein springs, so PM him.

General rule is that you don't need a camber kit if you don't drop it more than 2"


well put rice

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Eyger Apr 24, 9:08pm - #163209 

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BUMP!!

I will soon be in DIRE need of negative camber adjustment! Very important! Any suggestions? Where to buy?

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cycocelica Apr 24, 11:23pm - #163210 

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Originally Posted by eric_h
Originally Posted by v3n0m
carbon_blut_gt has Tein springs, so PM him.

General rule is that you don't need a camber kit if you don't drop it more than 2"


well put rice



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theretiredpimp Apr 24, 11:32pm - #163211 

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You'll be aight with the Tein springs. Post pix after you install them thumbsup

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eric_h Apr 25, 12:43am - #163212 

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Originally Posted by Eyger
BUMP!!

I will soon be in DIRE need of negative camber adjustment! Very important! Any suggestions? Where to buy?


check your local tire shop they could probobally hook you up

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celicaboy Apr 25, 2:35am - #163213 

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would a 2 inch drop call rquire a camber kit
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JBing Apr 25, 5:20am - #163214 

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I have a E-Pro kit w/ 19's and you can tell a camber kit is needed thumbsup

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5280vvti Apr 25, 6:53am - #163215 

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Eyger Apr 25, 8:44am - #163216 

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Originally Posted by eric_h
Originally Posted by Eyger
BUMP!!

I will soon be in DIRE need of negative camber adjustment! Very important! Any suggestions? Where to buy?


check your local tire shop they could probobally hook you up


Really? I'm reffering to the hardware that'll straighten out my wheels, not just a tune up or whatnot.

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Steven Apr 25, 9:03am - #163217 
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If you need your camber adjusted, get an alignment with stock settings. Buying that rear hotchkis camber link is a waste of money (IMO).
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Plmbcrzy Apr 26, 1:02am - #163218 

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I have Eibach Pro-Kit springs and no camber kit is needed.
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CooKie_MoNsTeR2k Apr 26, 1:09am - #163219 
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Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
You don't need a camber kit with the tein springs...

I highly recommend them though.. they're great quality! thumbsup


I love my tien springs...and you'll be fine without the camber adjustment
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Celica2k Apr 26, 2:57am - #163220 

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so if you get these springs do you need new shocks or anything else or would you be set with just buying the springs.
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carbon_blue_gt Apr 26, 4:50am - #163221 
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Originally Posted by bmw52786
when you do get these installed, take pics cause im interested in buying tein springs and want to see what the drop looks like! thanks thumbsup


Here's a shot of my car with the tein springs
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simonw Jun 3, 3:00am - #163222 
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Nice, exactly how my car look like except with TRD on it.
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mxmcelica Jun 9, 5:42am - #163223 

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those rims are Hot! grin
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