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Suspension... witch one to choose #389159 Feb 1, 7:56am Feb 1, 7:56am
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Suspension... witch one to choose
Ok guy's I'm really confused ...

Should I go with the BG suspension or the tein ???
according too : www.b-gsuspension.com

Car Make: TOYOTA
Car Model: Celica
Year : 2000
Part #: 92.1.062
Application Type : Spring
Chassis : ZT23
Font Lowering : 1.75
Rear Lowing : 1.75

Or should I go with the tein

Car Make: TOYOTA
Car Model: Celica ZZT231L
Year : 2000
Item : STECH
Part #: SKY70-AUB00
Font Lowering : 1.4
Rear Lowing : 1.4

What would you choose ??????

I don't planning to change my shock..

I'm thinking about the tein, Do I making a good choice ?????

Thanks for your advice !


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Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: SSCarbonGTS] #389160 Feb 1, 8:00am Feb 1, 8:00am
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I'd say go with Tein. Good springs. I thought they were 1.8 tho? I've got Eibach sportlines. Love em. 1.4 doesn't seem like enough. I don't know what the roads are like in Canada tho...

Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: corruptor] #389161 Feb 1, 8:03am Feb 1, 8:03am
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road in town are soo ugly...

thanks


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Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: SSCarbonGTS] #389162 Feb 1, 8:08am Feb 1, 8:08am
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Then go with the Tein. It's a decent drop, without puttin you too close to the hazzards of a shitty Dept of Trans.

Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: corruptor] #389163 Feb 1, 11:10am Feb 1, 11:10am
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tein s-tech all the way! thumbsup i love mine
they drop 1.4" all around

but i do suggest gettin new shocks, i just put new tokico Hp shocks on this weekend and it really makes a huge difference! i posted about them in the power and performance tuning section, check it out!

new shocks are definitely the best mod i have done thus far to my car! and i have quiet a few mods, just check out the profile


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Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: bmw52786] #389164 Feb 1, 2:50pm Feb 1, 2:50pm
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TEIN thumbsup

Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: BaTMaN_4] #389165 Feb 1, 2:53pm Feb 1, 2:53pm
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are those Teins the S.Tech or the High.Tech ones because the latter of the two lowers it 1.4 the S.techs lower a car more towards 1.5-1.8


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Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: calidrifter] #389166 Feb 1, 8:37pm Feb 1, 8:37pm
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s-techs lower it 1.4" all around


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Re: Suspension... witch one to choose [Re: bmw52786] #389167 Feb 2, 2:31pm Feb 2, 2:31pm
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