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00celica00gt
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00celica00gt Sep 12, 5:31am - #272670 

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suspension

Well its coming to that point where i am going to buy some new wheels. I would like to get the hotchkis springs. What is the difference between the street coils and the competition? I also have around 53k miles on my car. Should i get struts and shocks also?
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xvtxboi508x
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xvtxboi508x Sep 12, 11:18am - #272671 

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why not just coilovers and strut bar then you can get it higher and lower
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00celica00gt
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00celica00gt Sep 12, 12:50pm - #272672 

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thats way more than im looking to spend.

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Kim Sep 12, 6:53pm - #272673 
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i think that the competition springs are lower and stifffer than the street. if you get the hotchkis springs (either of them) then you should definitly get new shocks, because they're around a 2 inch drop, besides your shocks are pretty old already.

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