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Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :) #439754 Apr 10, 10:01pm Apr 10, 10:01pm
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Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :)
I got my 18s on this morning and it looks like I can drop about 2" from what I can tell. I'm not sure what kind of shocks/struts to buy. I'm going to go with the Eibach Sportline springs I listed below but I'm not sure which shocks/struts to get down below. I'd like to go with Tokico, I'm just not sure if I need adj/non-adj ones. Any ideas? Thanks in advance guys smile

kiss Kristin

Lowering Springs
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030. Eibach Sportline springs 2000 - 2004 Approx. lowering- front 1.8", rear

2.4", set of 4 229.00


Shocks/struts
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004. Tokico Illumina 2000 - 2004 SET OF 4 ADJUSTABLE TOKICO ILLUMINAS 479.00

005. Tokico 2000 - 2004 HP series, non-adjustable, set of 4 339.00


http://www.shox.com/appguide/shoxshop/productsdisplay.php


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Re: Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :) [Re: bajoconstruction] #439755 Apr 10, 11:19pm Apr 10, 11:19pm
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do you race on tracks? if not, just get the non-adjustable. some may disagree, but if your Celi is only street-driven I think the adjustable shocks would just be a waste as you'll probably put them on the softest setting unless you have perfect roads where you live.


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Re: Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :) [Re: QTRMLR_1] #439756 Apr 11, 12:07am Apr 11, 12:07am
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^^^what he said. Personally I'd go with the non-adjustable

Re: Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :) [Re: QTRMLR_1] #439757 Apr 11, 6:34am Apr 11, 6:34am
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Not on the tracks often, roads aren't perfect. Should I get adjustable ones if I plan on going to the track occasionally?


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Re: Lowering my Celica this week, Help please :) [Re: bajoconstruction] #439758 Apr 11, 6:59am Apr 11, 6:59am
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well I went ahead and just got nonadjustable, had to order this morning so they're here in 3 days. Thanks for your help guys smile


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