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ct Dec 18, 9:35pm - #69666 

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Is the stock GT suspension diffrent form the GTS?

i just keep seeing the GTS 4 wheel independent susension advertised everywhere and i was just wondering if there wa a major difference between the two. confused

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Steven Dec 18, 9:42pm - #69667 
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the gt and gts suspension is the same.
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ct Dec 18, 9:44pm - #69668 

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thanks for clarifying that up for me...i was wondering why they only adverstised the GTS suspension only? hmmm spineyes

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 19, 5:40am - #69669 

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Originally Posted by Steven
the gt and gts suspension is the same.


if by some chance you need verification. you can find it HERE (oviously under the "suspension" category)
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Eman Dec 19, 6:00am - #69670 

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both crap

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Eman Dec 19, 6:01am - #69671 

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in addition i forgot to say...i think the TRD is good...but if you blow your tranni...itll take hell of a long time to get the new one in.

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NorwayGT Dec 19, 6:03am - #69672 

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Originally Posted by Eman
both crap


ummm, its only one of the best suspentions you can get in a new stock car in this price range

was....5speed with i/h/e
15.41 @ 89.30mph 2.282 60'

is....04 srt4 stock
13.936 100.15mph 2.177 60'

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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
Originally Posted by Eman
both crap


ummm, its only one of the best suspentions you can get in a new stock car in this price range


exactly...as a matter of fact the celica can hang with the best of them in auto-x
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Eman Dec 19, 8:14am - #69674 

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ive talked to aguy about it...he works at toyota dealer...owns a phat celi...knows what hes talkin bout...and was one of the lead guys when ecelica seperated from team [censored]

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csulbkid Dec 19, 9:47am - #69675 

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 19, 10:59am - #69676 

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Originally Posted by darksidecelica
Originally Posted by NorwayGT
Originally Posted by Eman
both crap


ummm, its only one of the best suspentions you can get in a new stock car in this price range


exactly...as a matter of fact the celica can hang with the best of them in auto-x


the celica has great suspension. mcpherson isn't bad at all for stock thumbsup

the handling on turns is somewhat bad though...my back wheels seem like they would slip if i cut the wheel much more at a decent pace.
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guitars34 Dec 19, 4:59pm - #69677 

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The ITR is the only car to have a better suspension from the factory than the Celica in its class. And the ITR was produced in small numbers specifically for the race track so I think our suspensions are awsome. FULLY INDEPENDENT REAR!!!!
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ct Dec 19, 5:03pm - #69678 

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Originally Posted by guitars34
The ITR is the only car to have a better suspension from the factory than the Celica in its class. And the ITR was produced in small numbers specifically for the race track so I think our suspensions are awsome. FULLY INDEPENDENT REAR!!!!


ok just to clarify...ITR=integra type R?

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csulbkid Dec 19, 6:59pm - #69679 

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Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by guitars34
The ITR is the only car to have a better suspension from the factory than the Celica in its class. And the ITR was produced in small numbers specifically for the race track so I think our suspensions are awsome. FULLY INDEPENDENT REAR!!!!


ok just to clarify...ITR=integra type R?

affirmative

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 19, 8:01pm - #69680 

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Originally Posted by csulbkid
Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by guitars34
The ITR is the only car to have a better suspension from the factory than the Celica in its class. And the ITR was produced in small numbers specifically for the race track so I think our suspensions are awsome. FULLY INDEPENDENT REAR!!!!


ok just to clarify...ITR=integra type R?

affirmative


and seeing how this vehicle isn't made anymore...you can assume the celica owns the suspension category in its class. what about the post-integra type r though? the acura rsx-s?
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