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TRDxvvtl
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Feb 22, 11:09pm - #407440 
advice on dropping

i am thinkin about gettin Koni shocks and Hotchkis springs, is tat a good combo or Kyb and Tein S tech. i dont want a bumpy ride so i want to see wuts better. thanks

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HJC_Celica
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Feb 22, 11:13pm - #407441 
I have Konis and Hotchkis Springs.. i don't find the ride much stiffer then when I had TRD srings and stock shocks... much much better handling and looks good too!!

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CelicaRyder
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Feb 23, 9:21am - #407442 
i have KYB AGX's with the hotchkis springs and love the ride. real nice and stiff thumbsup thumbsup handling is incredible

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Feb 23, 11:21am - #407443 
if i ever get my NAV system sold, then wheels and lowering will come into play grin

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Feb 23, 11:24am - #407444 
I plan on getting KYB AGX's with the hotchkis springs thumbsup

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GTS_Rosh
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Feb 23, 11:57am - #407445 
Koni Yellows > KYB AGX

Hotchkis = Tein

The springs is a tossup but if you can afford the Konis, that's the best shocks.

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TRDxvvtl
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Feb 23, 7:24pm - #407446 
i heard that puttin new shocks invovles some cuttin can someone tell me or give me the link to instructions

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Feb 24, 11:28pm - #407447 
do i need new camber links or cambers if i drop

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