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Which Lowering Springs to get? #3251 Sep 7, 8:09pm Sep 7, 8:09pm

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Which Lowering Springs to get?
Hi all,
Need to know what you experienced celica owners would recommend for lowering springs for 2002gts and why that is your choice. Thanks a bunch. smile

Re: Which Lowering Springs to get? #3252 Sep 7, 8:34pm Sep 7, 8:34pm

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I need to know the brand and why that is your choice: TRD, Tannabe, Eibach Pro Kit, Eibach Sportline, Hotchkis, others???
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Re: Which Lowering Springs to get? #3253 Sep 8, 10:44pm Sep 8, 10:44pm

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I have the Eibach Sportlines, the drop looks way better, the car handles bumps stiffer but nothing too harsh, but on the other end cornering is soooo flat and amazing and your car grips like 3X better (rough estimate wink ) Plus Eibach is a repsected company. If you are worried about a rough ride just go with the prolines... However, a camber kit is needed on the rear tires i think with the sportlines...

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Re: Which Lowering Springs to get? #3254 Sep 9, 5:36pm Sep 9, 5:36pm

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Thanks Motaskate,
So do you have a rear camber kit with your Eibach Sportline? And if so, what brand is recommended?

Re: Which Lowering Springs to get? #3255 Sep 11, 1:59pm Sep 11, 1:59pm
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Yo, I have TRD springs on mine. I was so close to buying Eibach but i decided to stick with Toyota. They are awesome springs great grip. If your looking for a little more drop then 1.2" rear drop and 1" in front...go for the eibachs. thumbsup


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Re: Which Lowering Springs to get? [Re: Alpine_GT-S] #3256 Sep 18, 1:16am Sep 18, 1:16am
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Hey, I also have the TRD springs and I love them. Some people say that I have a freak set of TRD springs because they lower my car significantly lower than other cars. The ride is good, shocks won't wear out as easily, and performance is great!

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