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SmutasticGT Sep 10, 1:51am - #271226 

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which springs

Sorry bout this guys but I have to ask another spring question...I know theres been a lot but here it goes...

To those with Tein S-Tech Springs, are you happy with the height, and the ride? because I'm thinking Teins arent gonna be low enough and to those with Goldines... thumbsup or thumbsdown, is the ride and height good ? any suggestion on other springs that are not 2in or lower?
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SmutasticGT Sep 11, 7:25am - #271227 

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come on anyone with any input??? help me out here...
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Polykarb Sep 11, 7:30am - #271228 

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I think we should cut our stock springs jeff rofl rofl thumbsdown

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GTSbyTRD Sep 11, 4:47pm - #271229 

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I love my sportlines.

Slammed look, with 17".

Make the car look much more agressive.

My friend who drives a RX7 likes my celica 10x more then he used to just with the drop.


Ride quality is like a go kart. Which I personally love, but some people might not. Handling is great, and I havn't even gotten my allignment yet. I just got them on last saturday.

thumbsup thumbsup

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i went with Tein S-Tech springs (1.4" front & back), looks nice with my 17" and just perfect for body kits in the future. ride is minimum bouncy just the way i like it thumbsup
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spaztikid Sep 11, 7:27pm - #271231 
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sportlines are good...

they make the car look way better...

but in comparison to my friends celi with hotchkis coils, they suck ass.
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RyCeCuBe Sep 11, 8:41pm - #271232 

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my df210 tanabe's w/ kyb agx are alright..with a 2" drop or more you gotta sacrifice some comfort..but i can put up with it.

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cycocelica Sep 11, 8:42pm - #271233 

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TRD or sportlines
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Celica2k Sep 11, 9:27pm - #271234 

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just got my tein s-techs that i ordered from ebay so ill let you know after i get them put on (if i ever do).
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rem Sep 11, 9:39pm - #271235 
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get sportlines *ahem cough* look at the drop in my sig isnt it beEeeUUUUTiffffulll! spineyes
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