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ok im just curious about hydraulics, i was just wanting to know some general information, like the pros and the cons of it, how much would it cost, any links that have info on it, where i can get them, ect...

Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30796 Jul 24, 10:18pm Jul 24, 10:18pm
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All I know is that they mess up your car.


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30797 Jul 24, 10:24pm Jul 24, 10:24pm
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how do they mess up your car???


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30798 Jul 24, 11:22pm Jul 24, 11:22pm
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Re: hydraulics [Re: Celicatastrophe] #30799 Jul 24, 11:27pm Jul 24, 11:27pm
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Originally Posted by Celicatastrophe
Just get airbags man!!!!


could you give me some more info on these? r they better than hydraulics? r what? confused

Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30800 Jul 24, 11:33pm Jul 24, 11:33pm
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if you put airbags/hydralics on your celica. i will have to sell mine in disgrace.

Re: hydraulics [Re: Steven] #30801 Jul 24, 11:50pm Jul 24, 11:50pm
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Originally Posted by Steven
if you put airbags/hydralics on your celica. i will have to sell mine in disgrace.


why...airbags is agood idea for clearing stuff so you dont scrape. Plus is cool as hell. I think hydraulics would be ghey.

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Originally Posted by Steven

if you put airbags/hydralics on your celica. i will have to sell mine in disgrace.
AirRide suspension and Hydros are NOT THE SAME.Hydros totally mess up your car and gives you more weight from the batteries you need to have for Hydros.


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Re: hydraulics [Re: RacerX225] #30803 Jul 25, 12:26am Jul 25, 12:26am
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Racerx how much did it cost to get bags? with install?

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Originally Posted by CeliCaRM2001
Racerx how much did it cost to get bags? with install?
The kit was 1,500 and my friend installed them for free.


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30805 Jul 25, 1:26am Jul 25, 1:26am
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I don't think airbags would be that bad. I don't konw how the ride is but like someone said, its good for when you have a clearance problem. I've seen more then one person say they have to turn at this angle or that or park in the road cause they can't get in the driveway. Hell, if you got the money it can't hurt. What would really be nice are the adjustable gas shocks that you adjust from indside the car. I mean I'd rather have airbags then a shitty set of coilovers also. It is kinda funny, this guy i work with has a prelude and i won't lie its very nice but he jacks the airbags up when her parks and it looks funny as hell. Looks like he's about to go mudding with his prelude.


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Celicatastrophe] #30806 Jul 25, 10:59am Jul 25, 10:59am
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Originally Posted by Celicatastrophe
I don't think airbags would be that bad. I don't konw how the ride is but like someone said, its good for when you have a clearance problem. I've seen more then one person say they have to turn at this angle or that or park in the road cause they can't get in the driveway. Hell, if you got the money it can't hurt. What would really be nice are the adjustable gas shocks that you adjust from indside the car. I mean I'd rather have airbags then a shitty set of coilovers also. It is kinda funny, this guy i work with has a prelude and i won't lie its very nice but he jacks the airbags up when her parks and it looks funny as hell. Looks like he's about to go mudding with his prelude.
Why does he do that? I lay mine out when I park. But I try to make it where its not messin up my kit. thumbsup


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30807 Jul 25, 11:40am Jul 25, 11:40am
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Airbags explode & pop. but they are very comforting to ride on. Hydraulics on the other hand are very high maintenence think of a chevy impala hoppin'. Air cylinders are reliable. I'd go with cylinders if you want to get up those bumps easier. Most people don't want hydraulics beacause the celica already performs best suspension wise. Hydraulics are good if you do plan on going up the speed bumps and dips but an excellent setup is costly. I'd get hydraulics but then you think about performance.

Some celica peeps love the way their their suspension already handles and they just want to spruce it up a bit with little odds and ends. Think of it like this you have a turbocharged that's capable of doing 13's or 14's 1/4 mile. then say you add hydraulics what's the point? For the most part if you like draggin you car of havin' a little fun hydraulics wouldn't be the investment for the suspension.

Preference again i'd get air cylinders to go over those nasty bumps and it is fun to watch i have to say also will get you major points if you do car shows of some sort. Then you got your daily driving routine I don't think it's practical but if you like hydraulics and just to cruise that's cool. I'd go with air cylinders again a very high maintenence project and not many people have done it. It's a project but it can be done. I'd have to say though I love seeing cars that lay low to the ground side - side, front back, 3 wheel, pancake, smack dumped it's fun to watch if you do it that'd be very eek!


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Originally Posted by GOLDCELICA

Airbags explode & pop. but they are very comforting to ride on. Hydraulics on the other hand are very high maintenence think of a chevy impala hoppin'. Air cylinders are reliable. I'd go with cylinders if you want to get up those bumps easier. Most people don't want hydraulics beacause the celica already performs best suspension wise. Hydraulics are good if you do plan on going up the speed bumps and dips but an excellent setup is costly. I'd get hydraulics but then you think about performance.

Some celica peeps love the way their their suspension already handles and they just want to spruce it up a bit with little odds and ends. Think of it like this you have a turbocharged that's capable of doing 13's or 14's 1/4 mile. then say you add hydraulics what's the point? For the most part if you like draggin you car of havin' a little fun hydraulics wouldn't be the investment for the suspension.

Preference again i'd get air cylinders to go over those nasty bumps and it is fun to watch i have to say also will get you major points if you do car shows of some sort. Then you got your daily driving routine I don't think it's practical but if you like hydraulics and just to cruise that's cool. I'd go with air cylinders again a very high maintenence project and not many people have done it. It's a project but it can be done. I'd have to say though I love seeing cars that lay low to the ground side - side, front back, 3 wheel, pancake, smack dumped it's fun to watch if you do it that'd be very eek!



do these air cylinders ride and perform well performance wise ex(handling)

Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30809 Jul 26, 4:46pm Jul 26, 4:46pm
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i was asking the same sorta questions. i have a daily driven and cant decide wats best. im only getting these things for clearance purposes. wat would be best? id like to maintain as much ride quality etc as possible

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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30811 Jul 26, 7:05pm Jul 26, 7:05pm
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just go really fast and catch air off the speedbumps. then you wont have to sorry about clearance! thumbsup thumbsup


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Originally Posted by 01celi
just go really fast and catch air off the speedbumps. then you wont have to sorry about clearance! thumbsup thumbsup


lol true

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there is a silver celi at one of the colleges i go to. he has air ride suspension and i always park next to him. his car looks so good when he squats it to the ground to park. and of course, he just raises it up when leaving the parking lot to get over the annoying speed bumps. his car is always getting looks when its parked grin.


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Re: hydraulics [Re: Ben008] #30814 Jul 27, 6:46pm Jul 27, 6:46pm
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so are there any bad points about air bags?
aside from costs? confused

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so are there any bad points about air bags?
aside from cos confusedts?

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