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Maka
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Maka Aug 29, 12:56am - #261817 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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need to lower

i am looking to lower mine, but aint got that much to spend. I want coilovers. so I can adjust them during the winter. I need brands, where from, and prices. I have about 250$to spend. any ideas guys?

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Anonymous Aug 29, 2:47am - #261818 
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I have skunk2 coilovers, i bought them off someone, but you can look at skunk2.com but can find them cheaper elsewhere if you look around. I like them a lot smooth ride!
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hephaestus
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hephaestus Aug 29, 2:49am - #261819 
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I want to say adjustable coilovers are not to be used to adjust ride height for inclement weather or anything except slam your ride for the big show or a serious track driver who wants to dial in everything possible. Once you change the ride height your alignment is messed up. It's not up and down where ever you what and drive around like nothing is affected, because it is. Get straight springs and nothing too drastic of a drop. You'll be happy and fine for the winter.
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gtscelica05
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gtscelica05 Aug 29, 3:55am - #261820 
2003 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica
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I also have skunk2 coilovers thumbsup

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blackcel
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blackcel Aug 29, 6:07am - #261821 

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I heard Ground Control coilovers are nice. They use eibach springs, and eibachs have a million mile warranty.

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ghostingcelica Aug 29, 7:56am - #261822 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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i have dropzone coilovers that are unused. i'm not sure if i need them anymore because everyone tells me that bomex kit is hella low. and i live in san francisco (city of bumpy roads and hills) i got it for around 260 + shipping but i can let it go for 200 shipped
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