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S1TRD
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S1TRD Nov 14, 3:45pm - #3153 
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Which spring is lower?

Hi, I was wondering if some one could tell me which spring is lower H&R or Eibach on the celica? confused
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blitz-gts Nov 14, 5:10pm - #3154 
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i think the eibach sportline. i remember when i was looking i went with the lowest i could find, so i got those...gonna be pissed if i'm wrong. drops 1.8 front and 2.4 rear
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Pete00 Nov 14, 6:05pm - #3155 
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eibach has two springs for the celica: pro kit and sportline.

the eibach pro-kit springs are basically the same drop as TRD springs. h&r spings have a lower drop than the pro-kit. the eibach sportline springs are lower than the other two.

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blitz-gts Nov 15, 8:55am - #3156 
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thanks for backin me up, couldnt remember about h&r
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redracer Nov 15, 12:03am - #3157 
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Just get adjustable coilovers, then you dont have to worry about it. You adjust it the way you want it. You also dont have to worry about one corner of the car being lower than the rest of the car or something like that...(Ive seen that before)and the ride is just as good.

You can get Ground Conrol coilovers for the Celica for about 400 bucks or there are probobly cheaper brands available...But I would go w/ a good name brand on suspension. grin

hope I helped
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Pete00 Nov 15, 1:11am - #3158 
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Quote:
Originally posted by blitz-gts:
thanks for backin me up, couldnt remember about h&r
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S1TRD Nov 15, 12:14pm - #3159 
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Thanks thumbsup

I think al go with the H&R spring kit I dont think I can get the Eibach sportline kit in my country and for adjustable coilovers the cheapest ones I can get are about 900 which works out at $1500 to expensive for me frown
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Pete00 Nov 16, 4:37am - #3160 
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you won't be dissapointed with the h&r! thumbsup

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