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riding_celica
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riding_celica
2000 black Toyota Celica
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May 29, 6:36am - #188139 
tein coils

wheres a website i can get some tein coilovers from.. how much do they run... and what series or the brand do i need for a celica... heard nothin but good about these cept expensive.. lol thanks

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hephaestus
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May 29, 12:11pm - #188140 
The only Tein coilovers currently available for Celicas are Basic, Super Street (SS), Super Street with pillowball mounts (SSP), and the HA which could only be ordered from Japan w/a 3 month wait (discontinued here). Go with either the SS or SSP. I prefer the SSP and have them on my car. These are the 2 cheapest places I found on the internet for Tein. Rotary Xecret 7 and AutoCarParts. Look at the other coilover kits too listed on the second site. There are some other choices and somemore than that. I saw someone selling Jics for around $1550. Check also the parts for sale or group buy sections on the Celica sites. You might get lucky. Someones selling the SS for $1000 shipped brand new.

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