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00celica00gt
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00celica00gt Jul 19, 12:40am - #226350 

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skunk2 coilover kit


http://www.hopupracing.com/skadcokitce2.html

I saw these and was wondering how these compare to lowering springs.
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Krayze
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Krayze Jul 19, 2:47am - #226351 

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they are pretty much jstu hieght adjustable springs they are not true coilovers jstu sleeves.

a real set of matched coilovers will cost more than 320

if you jsut watn hieght adjust and a rough ride then go for it but get good srtuts or else your stock ones will be dead in no time.


now if you add new struts you looking at about 700 when you can get teins basics for 800 so its yoru call

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00celica00gt
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00celica00gt Jul 19, 3:42am - #226352 

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if thats the case then i would rather just go with TRD lowering springs or eibach pro kit.

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