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Stipt
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Stipt Feb 21, 7:08pm - #6129 
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Lowering Springs/Injen

Would everyone agree for me to get TRD Lowering Springs or is there something else I should buy? I wanna drop my car probably around 1.25-1.5

Also...should I go with a standard Injen Intake System or go with the Racer Division modle?

[ 02-21-2003, 11:11 AM: Message edited by: Stipt ]

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RicePowered Feb 21, 7:46pm - #6130 
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the TRD are going to be the smallest amount of drop.

TRD ... 1" all-around
Eibach Pro-Kit ... 1.25" all-around
H&R Progress... 1.5" all-around
Hotchkis ... 1.4" front - 1.8" back
Eibach Sportlines ... 2" all-around

personally i have hotchkis

as for Intake, either or, I have no preference. personally i have the Short Ram.
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Grand-Touring-Dan Feb 21, 10:39pm - #6131 
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Go with the Racing Division cool
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Jay H Feb 22, 4:21am - #6132 
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I just installed TEIN springs, they are great. They will lower your car about 1.5 front and back. It makes that gap in front disappear and the back gap is lowered to match it. Good price too...
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LiQuiDKiT2005 Feb 23, 12:30am - #6133 

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has anyone heard about B&R lowering springs? i think i saw in a magazine or online they were advertised for like $140 and lower about 1.75" grin
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Ti Chuot Feb 23, 2:42am - #6134 

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I got Injen Race Division. Get that, it looks really nice after you install it. I had mine installed today (= 4+ hours grin . And as for springs, i got Eibach Pro-kit. TRD springs (Eibach made them too) TRD just stamped the label on it. thumbsup

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LiQuiDKiT2005 Feb 23, 3:17am - #6135 

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HOW MUCH WOULD IT COST TO HAVE SPRINGS INSTALLED? I KNOW I CANT DO THAT ISH MYSELF.. SO ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS OF PRICING? OR SHOULD I GO TO MY TOYOTA SERVICE PLACE WHERE I GOT MY CAR FROM OR LOCAL MECHANIC? shocked
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Ti Chuot Feb 23, 6:15am - #6136 

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It's expensive like hell LiquidKit2005. Meineke wants 200 just to install (So-Cal = 50-100). If you have to money i recommend getting it done by professional. If not, go find friends and go to Autozone rent out a hand cranked spring compressor. Then go on here and asked them how to install it grin . I heard it ain't bad, my bro and I gonna install mine when the weather get warmer. good luck w/ yours eh! thumbsup

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VSGTS14 Feb 23, 3:48pm - #6137 

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hmmmm, depending on what body kit you have kind of determines which springs to get.
TRD lowers 1.5" and Eibach Prokit lowers 1.2" front and 1.1" rear.
I don't know what I am gonna go with, I need my body kit on first, but it is going to be either one.
And for an Intake, I have the Injen Shortram...
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