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silverOOgts
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silverOOgts Dec 20, 4:50am - #355057 

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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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DSM, IA
I freakin need to drop my car!

Ive waited too long. This is happening as soon as winter is over. I still cant decide what to use. I dont want to buy agx, i dont think i really need anything adjustable, Im just going mainly for looks and ride quality. But for the springs, tanabe 1.5", Tein S, or Hotchkis? Ive read all the reviews, which doesnt help me make a decision...

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eric_h
2low2slow
eric_h Dec 20, 4:56am - #355058 

2low2slow
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Posts: 1,612
St.George, UT
get eibachs

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Zero
Furi Kuri
Zero Dec 20, 4:59am - #355059 

Furi Kuri
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Posts: 3,982
San Diego, CA
Tein S-Tech thumbsup i dunno if green will work for you, as it doesnt for me, but its better than red.

which springs are yellow or blue that provides a 1.4/1.5 inch drop? confused

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MptGlw69
Playboy
MptGlw69 Dec 20, 5:02am - #355060 
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2001 Acura Integra

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Posts: 2,355
Grand Rapids, MI
Tanabe. thumbsup
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silverOOgts
intoxicated
silverOOgts Dec 20, 5:25am - #355061 

intoxicated
2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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DSM, IA
i really dont care about color, they wont be seen. If i cared about color i wouldnt consider tanabe, I need to know which ones drop the best for Iowa or midwest weather.
Tein claims 1.4
Tanabe claims 1.5
Hotchkis--who the hell really knows.
TRD and Eibach pros are like 1.1
Sportlines are pretty low, but keep in mind i dont mind to get an alignment, i just dont want to buy any camber links, so Im keeping away from plus 2 inches.
So far the first 3 i named are the top choice. I want to do the whole thing including alignment for under 500 bucks and I need struts too!

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simonw
Member
simonw Dec 20, 8:40am - #355062 
2001 White Toyota Celica ZR
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2001 Toyota Celica ZR

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Tein S-Tech all the way thumbsup
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Chelica815
Specialist
Chelica815 Dec 20, 10:08am - #355063 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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San Francisco -The Bay
Eibach Pro Kit

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2000 Celica GT-S 6 Speed
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RevMonster
Masta OC
RevMonster Dec 20, 10:14am - #355064 

Masta OC
2003 Toyota Celica

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Orange County, Ca
Hotchkis handles the best, that's pretty much what everyone agrees on.

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celicadragon
Specialist
celicadragon Dec 20, 1:08pm - #355065 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Pittsburgh, PA
i heard hotchkis was the best so thats what i'm looking at

respect the gt-s
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GTQuentin
Senior Member
GTQuentin Dec 20, 2:55pm - #355066 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Posts: 824
Northern VA
I have tein s. techs and kyb gr2's. the combo is great. togher it like $430.
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Babyboi419
VVT-I Spec
Babyboi419 Dec 20, 4:15pm - #355067 

VVT-I Spec
2004 Toyota Celica GT

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Posts: 221
chicago
if your want a great drop go with tein s. tech. Tein is known for their great suspension system..I personally go with the TEIN SS coilovers.
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