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Body Kit and Lowering #2493 Jan 21, 10:38pm Jan 21, 10:38pm
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Body Kit and Lowering
I need some help on body kit and lowering. I have couple questions and i am kind of a newbie

Would it be too low for.. (;03 celica gts)
1. Veilside body kit + TRD springs and shocks?
2. Veilside body kit + TRD springs
3. Veilside bodukit + ? ? ? ? would be good

one more question
are the shocks worth it? or sohuld i just get springs

Re: Body Kit and Lowering [Re: Veilside511] #2494 Jan 23, 4:11pm Jan 23, 4:11pm
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I am having the same dilemma. What I am going to do is get the body kit first. Then see how much room I have to drop it. Plus it depends on your wheels. My car would look better with a 1-2 inch drop. But may be different for your car.
So my advice is to get the kit first and go from there. Goodluck. Peaceout

Re: Body Kit and Lowering [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #2495 Jan 23, 4:12pm Jan 23, 4:12pm
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Mike Lu has Veilside and Hotchkis springs and it looks great!!!!

Re: Body Kit and Lowering [Re: Steven] #2496 Jan 24, 9:41pm Jan 24, 9:41pm

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Veilside and Sportline looks really nice...
1.8" drop front 2.4" back.
Don't ever get anything lower then 1.8"... it's gona be too low..

Re: Body Kit and Lowering #2497 Jan 25, 4:38am Jan 25, 4:38am
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nice. thanks guys. i think ill be going with the sportline because i want it to be low as possible but than again i dont want to be a ice cream scooper. so i think lower in the back would be much better

Re: Body Kit and Lowering [Re: Veilside511] #2498 Jan 25, 4:38am Jan 25, 4:38am
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do oyu have picture of mike lu's drop?

Re: Body Kit and Lowering [Re: Veilside511] #2499 Apr 30, 5:49am Apr 30, 5:49am
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Hey wassup...
I have the buddy club front piece on mine and if I lowered it i wouldn't be able to go anywhere. My bf has lowered his and its too low for a bodykit. I guess if you got bags or something it could work. smile

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