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kam kit question #398650 Feb 12, 8:18pm Feb 12, 8:18pm
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kam kit question
i'm considering getting a kam kit but i need to know how much lower does it make your car since i got really shitty roads down here. I'm getting 18's and i'mma drop the car 1.5 inches so i dunno if I should get the kit or not drop the car asmuch.

Re: kam kit question [Re: ApuPimpin] #398651 Feb 12, 9:20pm Feb 12, 9:20pm
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it's not bad, I have a kam kit and am ridding on tein s-techs (1.5" drop) and 18's (225/40/18) right now. If you ask me it is the perfect height that looks really good but doesn't cause to much trouble. Plus get the kam kit in urethane and don't worry about it, it is such a tough kit you won't fuck it up.

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TRD Springs

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Thanks a lot the springs i would use though are Maxspeed springs that come for free with the wheelsnext wheels, are they any good?

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I have the TRD drop and Kam kit. ITs low and it does tend to scrap on things but its a tough kit.

Re: kam kit question [Re: risa] #398655 Feb 13, 4:48pm Feb 13, 4:48pm
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ahh damnit the TRD drop is a 1.5 inch drop. See now i'm scared to get hte kit hmm it's a tough kit but when your coming down a steep hil on a straight road and sometimes there is no angle to prevent you from touching badly if your car is low enough.

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Originally Posted by ApuPimpin
ahh damnit the trd drop is a 1.5 inch drop. See now i'm scared to get hte kit hmm it's a tough kit but when your coming down a steep hil on a straight road and sometimes there is no angle to prevent you from touching badly if your car is low enough.


oh your in St Thomas frown I remember those roads and thinking thank god my celica isnt here to have to deal wiht this. The roads there are beyond awful!

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