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Help choosing a body kit! #448677 Jan 5, 4:28pm Jan 5, 4:28pm
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Help choosing a body kit!
Ok so new here and i just got my new celica ...I need help with the body kit, I want to get a body kit that dont go to low on the ground, I live in jersey and the streets in here are not the best ...so I don't want to be soooo careful when driving, please advise me which kit should I get ? I was thinking about the TRD because I think is not too low but I don't really know so please tell me what kit wouldn't be too low to the ground!!

Re: Help choosing a body kit! [Re: George] #448679 Jan 5, 4:41pm Jan 5, 4:41pm
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TRD would be good for what you've mentioned. It is a bumper replacement full kit.
Kaminari is another full kit, which will also do what you're asking.
Also take a look at WingsWest or Vizages that are full "lip-kits". They attach to your stock front and rear bumpers and come with their own side pieces.

TRD or Vader ? #448680 Jan 6, 11:55pm Jan 6, 11:55pm
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Ok we all know how TRD body kit is and I'm looking for a kit that dont go too low to the ground ...i don't want to mess up my kit driving around because of the conditions of the streets so I want something hot but not low ...my first option is the TRD is the only one I have seen around here buy I really like the VADER kit i think it looks so hot on a celica and I would love to have it but as I said I don't want something too low so my question is...is the TRD more high from the ground then the VADER ?ike should i def go for the TRD if I don't want to end up messing up my kit or is the VADER the same thing?

Veilside body kit #448688 Feb 19, 7:05am Feb 19, 7:05am
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So I'm getting a veilside kit next week but my question is, would be veilside be too low ? I mean won't drop my celica any inch but still would the kit be too low for a daily drive without dropping, I'm getting some 17" would It be ok with the kit plus some 17" with dropping the suspension ? Please post some pics of your veilside kit

Re: Help choosing a body kit! [Re: George] #449094 Dec 12, 9:10pm Dec 12, 9:10pm
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I freaking love the Vader... But I'm positive it's pretty low. If you got the money, you can go polyurethane. It's a lot stronger.

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