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AYLOP Jan 11, 9:32pm - #5295 
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SPRINGS...help

Well ive been wanting to drop my car... and i have the money right now.. so i decided its time..=)
i have a veilside kit on my car... so i know i cant use too big of a drop...
so i am between Eibach Pro kit, and the TRD springs...
which one will give me a bigger drop?
and which one would you go wit..
im open for any other suggestions...
thanks...
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Steven Jan 11, 9:54pm - #5296 
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both are about the same... just flip a coin.
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I have veilside sides and rear with blitz front, I was debating that too. Eibach's prokit lowers the front 1.2" and the rear 1.1" while the TRD lowers front and back 1.5"
Depending where you live, I would go with the prokit, that's what I am probably gonna get since I live in NJ.

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AYLOP Jan 12, 10:30pm - #5299 
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Does anyone know where is the best place to get TRD springs.. and also do you think Goldline would be too much for a drop???
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jpra923 Jan 13, 3:12pm - #5301 
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Hey, i need help too. I am going to get a full kaminari body kit and i'm not sure what kind of suspenion i wanted to use. I was planning on getting Tein suspension, but it's kinda expensive. I would be putting in 18" rims also. I've been saving for a tein suspension, but was wondering if it's not that necessary to get tein and if it would smarter to get something else. What do you guys think?
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AYLOP Jan 13, 3:28pm - #5302 
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Well from what i know... kaminari doesnt sit as low as veilside.. so if i was u.. i would go with goldline springs, or Eibach Sportline..
GOldine will give you 1.75 drop.. and Eiback around 2.00...
both are a lot cheaper... but goldine was lifetime warranty.. and you cant beat that price...
hope that helped...
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4u2envy Jan 13, 3:34pm - #5303 

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1sikcel Jan 13, 10:20pm - #5304 
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aylop: id go with the TRD springs b/c i heard that eibach springs sometimes dont come out even(right and left side drop). i doubt its too noticeable though, and it was also with my friends supra not a celica. its up to you.

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Steven Jan 13, 10:22pm - #5305 
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I have Eibach's and mine are PERFECT. I dont know who told you that about Eibach but it is most likely not true. thumbsdown

Eibach is a GREAT company with GREAT products.

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Originally posted by 1sikcel:
aylop: id go with the trd springs b/c i heard that eibach springs sometimes dont come out even(right and left side drop). i doubt its too noticeable though, and it was also with my friends supra not a celica. its up to you.


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