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Feb 22, 1:40pm - #406811 
what is the spring set that would be closest to the 1 inch drop

the closest i can find to the 1 inch area is TRD...


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Feb 22, 1:42pm - #406812 
or coilovers


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Feb 22, 1:43pm - #406813 
i cant afford coil overs


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Feb 22, 1:51pm - #406814 
tein is 1.4 inch drop

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Feb 22, 2:01pm - #406815 
so you think the tein brand is closest to 1 inch?


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Feb 22, 2:04pm - #406816 
get TRD. i heard great things from a lot of people. cant go wrong.


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Feb 22, 2:16pm - #406817 
thats what i was thinking, i guess TRD is the closet drop to an inch with eibach and tein close behind


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Feb 22, 2:18pm - #406818 
I had the TRD, they were great.. still had a good ride but could hold corners really well. I have just recently switched to the Hotchkis set, and I know they are more then an inch but they are a much better performance spring. The ride isn't to bad with them either, only slightly stiffer then the TRD.

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Feb 22, 5:55pm - #406819 
Check this kit out:

Toyota Racing Development TRD
Suspension Kit
Bilstein Shocks, Lowering Springs
TRD Performance Suspension

Includes 4 shocks & 4 springs
Monotube shocks by Bilstein
Springs will drop your Celica 1"
From TRD for the Celica
Includes instructions & hardware

http://www.brandsport.com/trd-00602-48000-025.html

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Feb 22, 6:07pm - #406820 
TRD is a 1 inch drop


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Feb 23, 6:01am - #406821 
well from what i was reading it is a little more than an inch, and where i live an inch is like the lowest i could go, that brandsport package looks good


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