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CaLiGTS
Phantom
CaLiGTS Sep 11, 5:41pm - #44031 

Phantom
2001 Toyota Celica

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Bay Area, NorCal
body kit/suspension

What is recomended in terms of applying a bodykit? Should I lower my car first and then slap on the body kit or should I slap that shiezniet on there first and then drop it crazy?
I am also very concerned about premature tire wear due to lowering the car. Where and what kinds of adjustable struts would be the best choice for the celica? Any other tips would be helpful. thumbsup

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Evan
Rebel
Evan Sep 11, 5:42pm - #44032 

Rebel
2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Washington
read this thread

If you want a very slight drop, TRD is probably a good choice.

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05 WRB
VSGTS14 Sep 12, 2:54am - #44033 

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2005 Subaru WRX STi

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Milford, NJ
you can do whatever you prefer...
I don't have a drop on yet..but I have TRD springs waiting.

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