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FPcelica
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FPcelica Jul 6, 7:33am - #217066 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GT
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What first strut tower brace or springs

tanabe strut tower bar or tein stech springs?

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spaztikid Jul 6, 7:33am - #217067 
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OneShotUno Jul 6, 8:35pm - #217068 

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Strut braces will do very little without a stiffer suspension to benifit from them. The chassis is stiff enough for the stock suspension. So, yeah, springs first.
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hkysk8r86 Jul 6, 8:37pm - #217070 

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Springs thumbsup
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nebraskaGTS Jul 6, 9:01pm - #217071 

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i have both on the way and should be here any day now, i can't wait grin

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you will notice a much more drastic change with springs so go with them
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v3n0m Jul 7, 12:58am - #217073 

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springs then brace
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