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2kVeilsideGTS
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2kVeilsideGTS Oct 8, 3:13am - #294477 

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Jacksonville, FL
pro line eibach or sport line eibach with Veilside EC-1 kit?

Im planning on moving to florida and im not sure if i wanna drop it about 1 inch with the pro lines or 2 inch's with the sport lines. i LOVE the look of the sport line but is it a really rough ride or? comments and suggestions please from anyone is invited!:)
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joebelin
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joebelin Oct 8, 3:23am - #294478 

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2001 Toyota Celica

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Clarksville, TN
The ride quality with the sportline springs ain't the greatest. Your gonna trade some ride quality for looks and handling performance. Since you live in Florida and it rains a lot over there, I would highly recommend that you just get the pro kit so that you don't end up risking your engine and tranny to any flood's once it rains.
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Sultan
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Sultan Oct 8, 4:50am - #294479 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Philadelphia, PA
get teh Eibach Pro if you're more concerned with ride quality than looks...
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