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00-To-Sweet-Celica Nov 30, 4:19pm - #7468 

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suspension break down

plain and simple i dont know jack...dont know the diff about nottin.. if some one can school me in the subject it would help a lot confused

its the truth officer the gas pedal was stuck !!!

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Anonymous Dec 2, 4:51am - #7469 
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ok...if you want to lower ur car...u can get lowering springs(but its a permanant height) or coilovers(u can adust height)...but eventually u'll need to replace ur shocks...if you go with coilovers then you should get adustable shocks..after awhile ur wheels will start to tilt inwards and that when you need new cambers...if you wanna stiff ride get swat bars (front and rear) then front strut and the TRD rear strut. If you get all that ur prcatically set...ur car will have a lower stance and a stiffer ride...hope that helps alil
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00-To-Sweet-Celica Dec 3, 3:00am - #7470 

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thanks but does it matter what order i do it in and if so whats the best way.

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Anonymous Dec 3, 2:55pm - #7471 
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the order doesn't especially matter except that if your goal is performance (as opposed to appearance) you should change the shocks, springs, and camber simultaneously or you risk a temporary loss in performance. Stuff like sway bars (prevents body roll) can be done whenever.

Keep in mind prolly the best handling mod possible is a new set of tires smile

The celica already handles really well.
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