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cbnblu
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cbnblu Apr 20, 7:57pm - #446508 
2005 Carbonblue Toyota Celica GT
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2005 Toyota Celica GT

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SF, CA
Confused about springs

OK, I want to lower my car a little, but what can I use without changing struts/shocks or whatever it is called?

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Marlyman
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Marlyman Apr 20, 8:26pm - #446509 

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1999 Toyota Celica GTS JDM

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Ireland
welcome to the forums wave. use the search button on the top of the page and type lowering or suspension. this will yield results
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flyimages
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flyimages Apr 20, 9:25pm - #446510 

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2001 Toyota & Acura Celica GTS

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eibach pro kit
TRD springs
tein h-techs

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ct
C'mon & hit me!
ct Apr 20, 9:37pm - #446511 

C'mon & hit me!
2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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Woodland Hills, CA
the least drop springs are tein H-tech...they're around .8"-1"...of course strut life is dependant on what mileage you put the springs on as well...

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