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ArumnDark
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ArumnDark Nov 21, 10:22pm - #332294 
2004 Silver Streak Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Independence, California
What's next?

I have about $150 to spend...
What does my car need next? tongue

Currently has a CAI and MTEC lighting (when the low beams come in, next week I hope!)... I'm leaning toward a TWM shifter next.

What do you folks think? Go with the TWM? B&M? Save and/or get something else?
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BadSeed
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BadSeed Nov 21, 10:25pm - #332295 
2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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hotchikis springs
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Chaz
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Chaz Nov 21, 10:36pm - #332296 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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shortshifter is a really great investment but so are springs (if you want a drop). You could also consider a strut tower brace (apr or rmm).

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ArumnDark
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ArumnDark Nov 21, 10:37pm - #332297 
2004 Silver Streak Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Independence, California
My car can't handle a drop =/

It's very close to scraping as it is frown I'll have to wait 'til I move, I think smile

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FastCelicaGT22
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 21, 10:58pm - #332298 

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Columbus, Ohio
save for clutch and flywheel

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