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GraSSRooTs Feb 7, 4:36pm - #99328 

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$600 To Spend - What Should I Get?

I'm definitly getting a Hood Scoop ($100) through GB4Celica, but I want to get some more stuff, any suggestions?

I've narrowed it down to these options...
1. -TSRM Exhaust ($450)
2. -Shortshifter, probably B&D or TWM ($150)
-Hotchkis or Tein S-Tech Springs: Suggestions? ($225)
-RMM Front Strut Tower Brace: Suggestions? ($175)
3. -DC Headers ($270)
-Hotchkis or Tein S-Tech Springs: Suggestions? ($225)
4. -A Body Kit, undecided, possibly WW Rear, Kaminari Front and WW sides. I want a more high profile body kit as this is a car I drive alot, all seasons in New England Weather. Suggestions?
5. -Your input, but remember that I have TYC Tails, an Injen Intake, a WW rear wing, and a loud Stereo.

Thnaks Guys.

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VSGTS14 Feb 7, 4:43pm - #99329 

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Bodykit: WW front, Kaminari sides with WW rear (looks freakin awesome)
Exhaust: TSRM
Hotchkis drop
B&M shortshifter
DC Headers

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GraSSRooTs Feb 7, 4:48pm - #99330 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Bodykit: WW front, Kaminari sides with WW rear (looks freakin awesome)
Exhaust: TSRM
Hotchkis drop
B&M shortshifter
DC Headers


That would be sick but lets remember I only got $600 to spend, and either $100 or $90 is going to that Hood Scoop.

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VSGTS14 Feb 7, 4:50pm - #99331 

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Originally Posted by GraSSRooTs
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Bodykit: WW front, Kaminari sides with WW rear (looks freakin awesome)
Exhaust: TSRM
Hotchkis drop
B&M shortshifter
DC Headers


That would be sick but lets remember I only got $600 to spend, and either $100 or $90 is going to that Hood Scoop.


bodykit then, i was just saying what you should get of each...

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GraSSRooTs Feb 7, 4:52pm - #99332 

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Oh ok I gotcha thumbsup

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RevMonster Feb 7, 5:51pm - #99333 

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Springs for sure... lowering is thumbsup

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Dukemasta Feb 7, 6:49pm - #99334 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Bodykit: WW front, Kaminari sides with WW rear (looks freakin awesome)
Exhaust: TSRM
Hotchkis drop
B&M shortshifter
DC Headers


Very Nice...hopefully ill be able to order that body kit combo. in a couple of weeks thumbsup
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My Sixth Gear Feb 7, 6:52pm - #99335 
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you should get the headers and springs, because that'll look good and have some good gains, then save up for an exhaust!

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exhaust then save up to buy the headers
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celicaTRDgts Feb 7, 8:22pm - #99337 

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some springs and exhaust thumbsup

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CeLlYgT04 Feb 7, 9:49pm - #99338 

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Originally Posted by celicaTRDgts
some springs and exhaust thumbsup
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RevMonster Feb 7, 11:47pm - #99339 

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Springs for sure. Then I'd say spinner hubcaps. grin

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slik_gts Feb 8, 1:08am - #99340 

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u should save the $600 and just wait for the C2 lambo door kit. because that's all you need really and ur celi will pretty much be complete. i mean it's never going to be complete, but lambo doors are gonna take you far. i can't wait till the kit goes into production; well me and 25 other hopefulls. that's just my opinion thumbsup

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NorwayGT Feb 8, 1:18am - #99341 

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Originally Posted by slik_gts
u should save the $600 and just wait for the C2 lambo door kit. because that's all you need really and ur celi will pretty much be complete. i mean it's never going to be complete, but lambo doors are gonna take you far. i can't wait till the kit goes into production; well me and 25 other hopefulls. that's just my opinion thumbsup

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yea, ok, but it wont look at all different unless hes getting in or out of his car.

get exhaust, or headers and SS

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SilverGT Feb 8, 1:35am - #99342 
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TRD exhaust and tein springs.
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