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Oct 12, 4:04am - #2189 
need help now in decidinq...

hey guys i need help deciding which springs to buy, but dont know any other good brands other than TRD.

Are these coilovers a good quality? UPC, OBX, or MARtix adjustable springs which fits 2000+ celicas...????


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Oct 12, 4:08am - #2190 
and wat about dropzone springs..which one you dink dat is best to buy?? i dont want those crappy ones dat feels like da whole car is on hydraulics...=P thx a lot


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Oct 12, 11:24am - #2191 
I have never heard of any of those except OBX and dropzone. Go with name brands when dealing with suspension trust me. You get what you pay for.

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Oct 12, 3:34pm - #2192 
thx steven for your replies. You are one of the active members i know here dat realli does care...Now im kinda looking towards the Arospeed/RSR Coilovers ..wat do you dink? or the RD racing coilovers...???


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Oct 12, 3:58pm - #2193 
go for h&r lowering springs. they are quality. 1.3 inches front and back. if you want a minimal drop, almost unnoticeable, get TRD or eibach pro-kit springs. h&r sprigns are good!


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Oct 12, 10:58pm - #2194 
hey sleepy, i wouldn't bother w/ no name brand coilover sleeves. most likely they are generic models and work in any car. from my personal experience, i've seen that the no name brand coilover sleeves end up slamming the rear and keeping the front at stock height at the lowest setting! save up and get TRD springs, that's wat i have now and i love them. if you really want adjustability, save up for tein coilovers. good luck shopping!

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Oct 12, 11:46pm - #2195 
yea, from what i heard tien coilovers seem to be one da best qualities i should get. THx you guys for ur opinion!
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Oct 15, 12:52am - #2196 
I have Skunk2 lowering spring..
2.25" front 2.5" back..
It's lowest of most other springs out there..
It has really good drop.. and it rides clost to stock...

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