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celicaguy Aug 25, 5:02pm - #39186 
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Full BLitz Kit

OK guys ill keep this simple and to the point..I have the full Blitz Urethane kit with 18 inch wheels..The roads around my town are horrible..with that being said about the roads is 2 inch drop too much with the urethane blitz front?..i dont want to scrape everywhere i go
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VSGTS14 Aug 25, 5:07pm - #39187 

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do a 1.5 or less.

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celicaguy Aug 25, 5:14pm - #39188 
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Ok thanks man...ill go with a 1.5 drop.What should i get TRD springs?
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VSGTS14 Aug 25, 5:15pm - #39189 

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Originally Posted by celicaguy
Ok thanks man...ill go with a 1.5 drop.What should i get trd springs?


TRD springs lower you car 1 inch..that's what I am getting...
ummmmmm...visit www.wholesalehyperformance.com to look at various lowering springs made for the celica and they tell you how low they go...
I forget which springs made a 1.5 drop.

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celicaguy Aug 25, 5:20pm - #39190 
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Would a 1 inch drop even be that noticable?
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IcEd blUe Aug 25, 5:49pm - #39191 

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Originally Posted by celicaguy
Would a 1 inch drop even be that noticable?


yea especially when you have people in the car,the weight really makes it go down lower..
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 25, 6:35pm - #39192 

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you might want to think about getting bags...it's not much more than doing a correct drop on your car plus it adds so much more.
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 25, 6:38pm - #39193 

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or you can even look into adjustable springs (although its not like you can change the ride height without a lot of difficulty so it's basically permanent for the short term) but if your roads are really bad around your house i wouldnt drop your car very much at all, if at all--if it's only going to be an inch or less i don't really think its worth the $$..unless your made of it thumbsup
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swthrtracer Aug 25, 9:54pm - #39194 
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Do you need a 2 inch drop with 18s?

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celicaguy Aug 25, 11:45pm - #39195 
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Does anyone really need a 2 inch drop?...haha...But 2 inches would completely eliminate the gap between the tires and body..i am going for show more than performance..
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