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2004 Silver Toyota Celica
2004 Toyota Celica

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Long Beach, California
Feb 4, 9:34pm - #391800 

I know there are parts that will let you adjust the height of your ride after you drop it. How though? Digitally, with an on board computer set up you could do when you like or do you have to go to the shop every time you wanted them calibrated?

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Tampa, Florida
Feb 4, 11:09pm - #391801 
Tein has a bunch of products linked to their EDFC controller in the car. It's like a switchbox that controls the dampening force on all 4 struts. I only know of Tein that has that system, basically all of their coilovers are compatable.

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