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Skunk2 lowering springs [PICS] #4656 Jul 24, 1:44am Jul 24, 1:44am

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This is lowering spring(not coilover) from Skunk2
2.25" front and 2.5" back drop
Ride is exceptionally really good... and with my body kit I rarely scrape... when little bit of careful, never scratch...
From stock wheel... it's like 1 inch away from the fender...
When I do u-turn... it doesn't rub either... when completly turned all the way...

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i ordered a pair of skunk2 lowering springs as well. Anyone with any ideas of the amount of inches lowered? Just low enough for a good look since i cant adjust it back and forth. Just a thought, i saw a celica lowered hella lot from da back and it doesnt look rite.


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Re: Skunk2 lowering springs [PICS] [Re: sleepy celica] #4658 Dec 6, 7:30pm Dec 6, 7:30pm
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I also ordered a pair and I was thinking that it may lower them too much. I don't want to blow out my suspension at all or have to repair them. Are they good or not?


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Re: Skunk2 lowering springs [PICS] [Re: VSGTS14] #4659 Dec 6, 7:52pm Dec 6, 7:52pm

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I had them for like 4 months now..
No problem at all..
Ride is good... handles well..
Happy as of now...
I still have to see... it's been only 4 months so..
I'll post any problems I have in future... if I do have some... smile

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ur ride is 2.25" front and 2.5" back drop? mind posting up some close up pics of the side, front and back of ur car? thx, it would be appreciated.


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Re: Skunk2 lowering springs [PICS] [Re: sleepy celica] #4661 Dec 9, 1:44am Dec 9, 1:44am

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Quote:
Originally posted by sleepy celica:
ur ride is 2.25" front and 2.5" back drop? mind posting up some close up pics of the side, front and back of ur car? thx, it would be appreciated.
Pictures updated..
This is all I have for now... cause I dno't have the camera anymore...
It's on the slight hill.. so it might not be acurate... but it's pretty close...

Re: Skunk2 lowering springs [PICS] #4662 Dec 9, 2:04am Dec 9, 2:04am
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so is dat 2.25 front and 2.5 drop? doesnt look as low as i thought it would be like..seems like its 1.8 drop or some sort..btw, nice ride


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Quote:
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so is dat 2.25 front and 2.5 drop? doesnt look as low as i thought it would be like..seems like its 1.8 drop or some sort..btw, nice ride
Friend had Eibach sportline... 1.8" drop.. but it is lower then his though...
It's on a hill.. so front should be little lower...

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did you have to get any camber adjustments or anything with the lowering springs

BTW love the lower job thumbsup

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did you have to get any camber adjustments or anything with the lowering springs

BTW love the lower job thumbsup
I do need the alignment... but I have had chance to goto the alignment shop...
But it's not too bad... not like those civic... grin

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