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lowering springs #429780 Mar 30, 11:13am Mar 30, 11:13am
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lowering springs
looking for good quality lower springs that lowers about 1" or something close to it.

Re: lowering springs [Re: ghostingcelica] #429781 Mar 30, 11:17am Mar 30, 11:17am
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Re: lowering springs [Re: VSGTS14] #429782 Mar 30, 11:20am Mar 30, 11:20am
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how much do they lower? and how are the tien h techs?

Re: lowering springs [Re: ghostingcelica] #429783 Mar 30, 11:21am Mar 30, 11:21am
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1" and tein are good


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Re: lowering springs [Re: VSGTS14] #429784 Mar 30, 11:23am Mar 30, 11:23am
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thanks for quick response thumbsup

Re: lowering springs [Re: ghostingcelica] #429785 Mar 30, 11:49am Mar 30, 11:49am
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TRD for 1" drop
Tein s-tech for 1.4" drop


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Re: lowering springs [Re: bmw52786] #429786 Mar 30, 11:51am Mar 30, 11:51am
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eibach pro kit about 1


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Re: lowering springs [Re: flyimages] #429787 Mar 30, 11:54am Mar 30, 11:54am
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Tein H-Techs are .8 inches all around i believe


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Re: lowering springs [Re: Weasel] #429788 Mar 30, 12:01pm Mar 30, 12:01pm
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yea they are weasel. i'm not looking for a big drop because i live in san francisco (pothole and hill heaven)

Re: lowering springs [Re: ghostingcelica] #429789 Mar 30, 12:20pm Mar 30, 12:20pm
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driving like a bitch is a small price to pay for your car looking good rofl thumbsup...i do it all the time hahaha


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Re: lowering springs [Re: Eman] #429790 Mar 30, 12:32pm Mar 30, 12:32pm
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Re: lowering springs [Re: CELIBORGY] #429791 Mar 30, 1:26pm Mar 30, 1:26pm
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Re: lowering springs [Re: celiwhite] #429792 Mar 30, 1:40pm Mar 30, 1:40pm
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Re: lowering springs [Re: ToiletPaper] #429793 Mar 30, 6:35pm Mar 30, 6:35pm
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Hey guys i have 15inch stock rims.
Should i drop it 1.2 inch or 2 inches.

ps. I dont want to hit bumps and shit.


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Re: lowering springs [Re: johnsm] #429794 Mar 30, 8:28pm Mar 30, 8:28pm
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any one ?


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Re: lowering springs [Re: johnsm] #429795 Mar 30, 9:51pm Mar 30, 9:51pm
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1.2, you don't want to scrape a lot. Check www.suprastore.com , I got them to price match the Tein S-Techs (1.4 drop F/R) to 140. Not bad, I must say.


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Re: lowering springs [Re: combatc87] #429796 Mar 31, 2:30am Mar 31, 2:30am
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Re: lowering springs [Re: johnsm] #429797 Mar 31, 9:25am Mar 31, 9:25am
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TEIN S TECHS are awesome, i luv mine, its not too low to not high and the ride is close to stock, this is my car here...

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Re: lowering springs [Re: SmutasticGT] #429798 Mar 31, 9:40am Mar 31, 9:40am
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poo. i still cant get lowering springs for my super strut suspension. RSR have em in japan and rsr usa are about as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike when i asked them to help me. i really want to lower my celica.

Re: lowering springs [Re: Marlyman] #429799 Mar 31, 9:50am Mar 31, 9:50am
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I'd go with Eibach and KYB sturts. I've heard that's the best combo you can get and it's just as good as TRD and TEIN thumbsup. TRD was made by Eibach. If you don't want the struts your stock ones will work fine. That's is what i'm going for. cool


As for johnsm: Go for 1.2' you don't want to bad of a ride quaity and you the 1.2 drop will work with you stock sturts. However you need to get some bigger rims thumbsdown.


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