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xrage4200
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xrage4200 Dec 24, 9:44pm - #72895 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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are those good lowering springs?


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spaztikid
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spaztikid Dec 24, 10:05pm - #72896 
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neither are that great... but i think dropzone is better. IMO you should save up the extra $$ and get hotchkis or eibach.
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TrewCelica
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TrewCelica Dec 24, 10:47pm - #72897 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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I've had the drop zone on my car for over a year and there not that bad. Very stiff though. Kindda sucks in the city with bumps. But I really like the way they handle during fast cornering. And you won't need a camber kit. The celica's already have enough flex.
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fastceli2001
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fastceli2001 Dec 25, 2:01am - #72898 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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just get some teins thumbsup

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
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stefanoc
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stefanoc Dec 25, 6:05am - #72899 

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how much does a hotchkis cost w/ lowering springs, shocks...?
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