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GTS02
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GTS02 Aug 21, 12:34am - #255153 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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SUSPENSION QUESTION

IM going to get my car lowered and was wondering if i should lower it the same all around or go lower in the back. And how low would you guys reccomend. I want it to look good, but i dont want to have to worry about speed bumps ripping my body kit off
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Mp3Supply
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Mp3Supply Aug 21, 12:42am - #255154 

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i assume you have coilover's then..

but

i'd lower it the same so the car looks level if you can, and ur tire's and rims will let you, but if not. . just lower it enough so that it looks smooth enough to the wheel arch.. don't worry about if it looked to high in the back from a distance

but its all ur preference. . . . i don't think u'll be ripping off ur body kit though. ..

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slidr Aug 21, 12:57am - #255155 

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The Eibach Sportlines lower it more in the back than in the front.

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spaztikid Aug 21, 1:07am - #255156 
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i have sportlines... they lower it .2 more in the rear... levels out the car and looks great...
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