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Mp3Supply Sep 27, 2:23pm - #48674 

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Suspension [ Adjustable Spings ]

Suspension - My next mod is lowering my ride.



Best Adjustable Springs. Not going for full coilovers yet, but i wanted adjustable springs. all i know of is Skunk2 . .. . what are somthing other brands. I have to get somthing that is adjustable so in the winter i can jack it back up. and put some snow tires on. but i want it so i can slam it down after winter.

i have 18x8 TSW Stings and WW Kit


i found these. so far

URL : http://www.slickcar.com/coilovers.asp?SubCategory3ID=349
Toyota Celica 2000-02 Arospeed Adjustable Coilovers MSRP: $270.00
Toyota Celica 00-Up Dropzone Adjustable Coilovers MSRP: $249.99
Toyota Celica 00-02 Skunk2 Coilover Kit MSRP: $420.00
Toyota Celica 00-02 Ractive Coil Over Kit (Set of 4) MSRP: $300.00

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element_celica Sep 27, 5:56pm - #48675 

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i got some if you wanna buy it, pm'd you.
they're new, never used

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Mp3Supply Sep 28, 4:49pm - #48676 

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anyone? i'd don't really know which ones to get.


Also a local place has me quoted at 550$ for Skunk2's. . . . but on the website they are listed at like 349$. . .. .

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chameleon Sep 28, 5:05pm - #48677 

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confused

I really don't think that it makes that much of a difference. If you are trying to put together a setup that will offer better handling, you really need to have different shocks, preferably the short shocks that come in the full coil over suspension setups.

If you just want something that you can use to lower your car in the summer so it will look cool, and raise it back up in the winter so you can make it through the snow better, then any of those will work and I would suggest just getting the cheapest.
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Mp3Supply Sep 28, 7:45pm - #48678 

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ok, im not really going for the whole performance connering idea, but then again it would be a good idea.

could i get one of these setups now and then get the shocks later on?

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chameleon Sep 29, 2:55am - #48679 

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Mp3Supply - Yes, you can add shocks later on if you wanted to. thumbsup

So, which one did you decide to get?
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Street Prototype Sep 29, 3:34am - #48680 

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Toyota Celica 00-02 Skunk2 Coilover Kit MSRP: $420.00 thumbsup good quality

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Mp3Supply Sep 29, 12:58pm - #48681 

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i got the skunks2's!!!!! and i decided to get some new TYC's while i was at it!!!

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chameleon Sep 29, 3:12pm - #48682 

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Good choice. thumbsup
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