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Anonymous Sep 29, 4:44am - #49047 
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What are the best adjustable coil overs for the GT?

i need a drop. any suggestions?
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spaztikid Sep 29, 4:46am - #49048 
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tein imo...but be prepared to pay 1k+

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...eh...i could prolly just get them tein springs off ebay for like 160...i gotta check there tho. oh and is till have my stock wheels on. no rims yet frown rolleyes
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shox Sep 29, 7:39am - #49050 

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heard dropzone coilovers were pretty good
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v3n0m Sep 29, 11:23pm - #49051 

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Tanabe thumbsup. $1800 cry. IMO, they look nicer and seem to be better quality. If you do opt for the front pillow mounts, just be prepared to hear some woosh sounds when the road gets really bumpy.
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RoMkApOmKa Sep 30, 1:43am - #49052 

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Fuck the ajustbl coilovers... Just get Eibach Sportline (1.8 front& 2.4 rear drop)and a new shocks.
P.S. I know the website were you can get Eibach Sportline for $180 and KYB ajstbl shocks for $340 and Eibach camber kit for $26.
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ev3 Sep 30, 2:23am - #49053 

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im going for either tein or TRD. i reckon either one would be sweet! thumbsup

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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Fuck the ajustbl coilovers... Just get Eibach Sportline (1.8 front& 2.4 rear drop)and a new shocks.
P.S. I know the website were you can get Eibach Sportline for $180 and KYB ajstbl shocks for $340 and Eibach camber kit for $26.


kool...so HOOK ME UP!
whats the site!?!?
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cool, so you have that set up?
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Jamey Oct 2, 6:04pm - #49057 

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Get the Teins thumbsup. Best set-up by far, IMO.
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fastceli2001 Oct 2, 6:39pm - #49058 

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whats the drop on the TEIN springs?

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed

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i cant choose tein or eibach eek ...
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Krayze Oct 2, 10:13pm - #49060 

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if you are going with true coilovers tehn geet tein. if springs get TRD eibach are very popular. coilover sleeves like dropzone adn skunk2 are jsut springs with adjustable collers adn do not replace yoru struts and will kill the struts in no time at all.

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Lucky_317 Oct 2, 10:57pm - #49061 

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tiens all the way!

Best 60' 1.959 best 1/4 - 13.7 @ 101mph
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Street Prototype Oct 2, 11:00pm - #49062 

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Originally Posted by Shinobi
i cant choose tein or eibach eek ...


ground control coilovers, uses eibach coils, easy adjustment on your ride height, comes with instructions on installation and you can DIY thumbsup

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