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  1. Corolla 9th Gen/1st Gen Matrix (2003-2008)
    Car: 2005 Toyota Corolla Gli 1.8 MT Springs Manufacturer Part # 54629 Koni STR.T STREET: 8750-1045L, 8750-1045R and 8050-1087 TRD rear sway bar Review Bottom line: They improve the handling of the car at the cost of comfort. The handling is improved, there is very little body roll now...
  2. Corolla 10th Gen/2nd Gen Matrix (2009-2013)
    I’m thinking of upgrading my cars suspension to Trd lower springs. But I need to change out my worn out shocks as well. What are the best most reliable and affordable shocks for my 2009 Toyota Corolla LE. Also are Trd shocks over rated if so any other recommendations. Side note I’m not looking...
  3. Corolla 9th Gen/1st Gen Matrix (2003-2008)
    Hi guys, I'm doing some autox events this season with my old 365000km 2006 Corolla. It's fun! but... The handling is terrible and I'm trying to improve it. One problem I have is the open diff when exiting a sharp corner. The interior wheel is spinning and I have absolutely no grip ... giving me...
  4. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    Hello everyone! Recently bought a used 2013 Camry SE with the 2.5 I4 engine from a family member for a good price, leaving me some extra funds for modifications. I have around $2,500 remaining after the purchase, and the car currently has 40,000 miles (planning to own the car for the rest of...
  5. Avalon 4th Generation (2013-2018)
    Edit: title should read Pirelli Cinturato P7. Just wanted to report that the ride is noticeably better (more forgiving) with these tires. No noticeable difference in MPG either.
  6. Sequoia Forum
    I drive mostly in the city and on highways but also occasionally do some off-roading (fields, woods and beach; I'm not going hard-core rocking). I'm looking for a tire with aggressive looks and yet good on-highway manners (low noise, tight handling, comfortable ride, not too much of a...
  7. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    So I was browsing on ebay and camry across this. I know the gen 4 rsb fits the gen 3 and 3.5 but I was wondering will this also? and do you think it will make a difference in the handling?
  8. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    have a question about wheels, offet, tire size, stretch, poke, fitment, ask in here! got new wheels and want to show them off? here ya go! future wheel questions/pictures will be moved here. the more information posted, the better this thread will be stock wheel information Via Aaron_07 17"...
  9. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Hello and thanks to all you knowledgeable posters for all the wonderful information contributed to this forum. I mistakenly ordered the 2 series Monroe quickstruts for my 4 cyl. 99 camry. I wouldn't mind the stiffer ride if they will fit without undo reworking. Anyone know if the 6 cyl. strut...
  10. Vehicles
    Title is 'Rebuilt'. 105k mi It runs and looks great! Mag wheels, cold A/C, Pilot style instruments, black leather interior, recently replaced tires and brakes, 3 Liter engine with automatic transmission or optional selectable manual shift with steering wheel buttons or slap stick A quick...
  11. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Are there any aftermarket companies that make a front sway bar for a 3rd or 4th gen Camry? I found this Ultra Racing front lower arm brace, but that's not the same thing.
  12. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    I stummbled across this online. Does this even work handling wise in a car since its not connected to any part of the suspension? Reduces body roll?
  13. Venza Gen1 (2009-2016)
    Venza Pulls Left We have had our V6 FWD Venza for about 8 months and driven about 15000km to date. The car pulls left all the time. We have had it serviced and they did an alignment, this made about a 10% improvement but that was it. We took it to a second dealer and they too aligned it...
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