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Your opinion on a body kit #3401 Feb 17, 4:34pm Feb 17, 4:34pm
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Your opinion on a body kit
smile I have a silver Celica 2002 it will be lower on H&R spring with the stock 16" wheels and was wondering what body kit will look the best with this.

The body kit will be sitting low with the H&R spring and the stock 16" wheels will the body kits get scratch or damaged confused

1. Veilside spoiler, Wings west fount lip, back lip and side skirt.

2. Veilside spoiler, side skirt, Wings west fount lip and back lip.

3. Veilside spoiler, side skirt, back and Wings west fount lip

Or will it just look stupid that I have not gone for the full matching kit.

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Re: Your opinion on a body kit [Re: S1TRD] #3402 Feb 17, 6:12pm Feb 17, 6:12pm
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check my website, i have (right now) stock 16's, h&r springs and full wings west kit.
the underneath of my front lip scrapes only when i'm not careful.

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Re: Your opinion on a body kit [Re: Pete00] #3403 Feb 17, 9:03pm Feb 17, 9:03pm
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Thanks for the reply Pete.

thumbsup Your car looks very nice and low with the wings west kit on it. I hope mines will look just as good if not better wink

But do you think I could put the veilside kit on with that height and the 16” wheels with out getting damaged or shall I stick with the wings west kit for safety confused

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Re: Your opinion on a body kit [Re: S1TRD] #3404 Feb 18, 12:11am Feb 18, 12:11am
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i suppose you could slap on the veilside kit with the stock 16's and h&r springs. i doubt you will be scraping on normal roads, however i may be wrong. you will experience a problem going up and down inclines, but if you take it slow and at an angle it will be better.

don't feel bad if you scrape the underbody of your front. happens to everyone.

hope this helps thumbsup


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