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Anonymous Jul 3, 4:29pm - #778 
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What brand of springs is the best for get a cool look with stock shocks?

Hello im new here , I have a GT silver 01 , i need to know what brand of springs is the best for look and performance without changing shocks.Some people recomended to me H&R and some others TRD but i allready saw Celicas with TRD springs and looks like stock... confused

If some one know how much H&r sports down the car tell me!! thumbsup
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tony Jul 3, 4:53pm - #779 

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Welcome to the board. smile

If you want more aggressive drop, H&R, Progress, and Eibach Sportline would be good choices. They range from 1.5" to 2.0".

I have Eibach Sportlines for about 1 1/2 years now. The ride is a little rough. Stock springs need to be changed soon. But, I like the drop. There is only 1 finger gap.

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I have the Sportlines too. Love them. I had the Eibach Pro-Kit before and the drop was not enough for me. This drop is great!!

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Hotchkis springs are great thumbsup When I get some $$$ sway bars are next. Whatever you do DO NOT get GC cause they tear up the stock shocks.
I know because I had them thumbsdown
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Musashi Jul 4, 5:19pm - #782 
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What would celica owners that drove to San Francisco recommend ? there r some steep hills here.. what drop would be nice? thanks

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Well ok , i want good looking in my car , I will check the H&R progress best , Thanks people for the recomendations , remember that im from Puerto Rico and were bad streets!rolleyes rofl
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Steven Jul 8, 2:49am - #784 
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These are the ones I would buy if i didn't already buy Arospeed Coilovers thumbsdown
  • Hotchkis Full Coilovers
  • Hotchkis Springs
  • Tein Full Coilovers
  • Eibach Sport line Springs
  • Progress Springs
  • H & R springs


[ 07-07-2002, 07:56 PM: Message edited by: Steven ]

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Anonymous Jul 8, 3:01am - #785 
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The best and more easy set of springs that I find here are the Eibach Sportline kit , they are the more recomendable by the Celica friends and I think that they gonna work fine ang give to my car a good look and handling performance.

Thanks to everyone!! wink cool

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Anonymous Jul 16, 2:55am - #786 
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Why do you want to stick eibach in your car??
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Hotchkis man!

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Anonymous Jul 16, 2:23pm - #787 
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Quote:
Originally posted by Manny:
Why do you want to stick eibach in your car??
Guh!
Hotchkis man!
hotchkis is good, yet waaaaay overpriced. i have Eibach. good drop. same as TRD... actually, Eibach makes TRD springs, so you know the quality is one of the best.

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Anonymous Jul 16, 2:30pm - #788 
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Hello , I allready buyed the H&R sport springs for my Celica.

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Anonymous Jul 24, 9:18am - #789 
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Nobody has Skunk2 lowering springs that I've seen..
It has 2.25 front 2.5 back..
Very good drop.. looks really nice..
I've posted post on the site... has picture for it.. it's only been less then 1 mon since I had it installed...
Ride is pretty good..
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