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  1. Celica Forum
    Hello fellow Supra fans, My name is David and I'm located in NW Washngton State. I own a 1989 Toyota Supra 5sp, Black car with a beige cloth interior. Its not a turbo, no T top, no leather interior. I've owned the car since 2002. The car has a hot start problem. Not unusual I see, but I...
  2. 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...
  3. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    Hello toyota forum, i just bought an 03 camry and the rear shocks need to get replaced. I also don’t like how large the wheel gap is at stock ride height. I’m not looking for a massive drop and don’t want to sacrifice too much of the ride quality so i was just going to install lowering springs...
  4. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    using these coils for a different car a 1990 Camry stock springs are already a half inch lower but I need a lot lower than that so what is it the lowest option for lowering springs any brand is fine I'm looking for around it on the package label 2 in to 3 inch drop please let me know thanks a lot
  5. Corolla 12th Gen (Hatch 2019+/Sedan 2020+)
    Was wondering if I could still get the RSR super down springs with the apex. If anyone could help that would be great! :)
  6. Car Parts for Sale
    I have a set of lowering springs with less than 5000 miles on them. I blew up the motor and scrapped the car but saved the springs. They are in good shape. Purple. It fits all Camry's from 92-01 and the 90s ES300's. Will sell for $40 +s&h. I work at fedex and can get you discounted shipping on...
  7. Highlander 1st Generation (2001-2007)
    I have been looking around and studying up on what lowering springs to get for my 2007 Toyota Highlander limited. I’m looking to lower it 1.5-2.5 inches. If anyone has a direct link to some lowering springs I’d appreciate it. Not worried about pricing either! Please let me know!
  8. Corolla 11th Gen Sedan 2014-19, Scion iM 2016-18
    Will RSR Superdowns lowering springs made for 2020 Corolla SE Hatchback fit a 2018 Corolla Le?
  9. Car Parts for Sale
    NAME: Chris Bhikharie PHONE NUMBER: 5162341584 EMAIL: [email protected] LOCATION: Queens, New York PAYMENT PREFERENCE: PayPal Greetings again ToyotaNation fam. I also have some more parts that I could not list in my other listing due to image upload restrictions of no more than 10 photos...
  10. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    So after a good amount of research I've considered going back to coilovers to lower my car. I have a 2010 camry le and bought it used with bc br racing coilovers already installed that were incredibly harsh. They had adjustable dampening and I eventually found the "ideal" setting for them where...
  11. Car Parts for Sale
    NAME: Bryan EMAIL: [email protected] LOCATION:Orlando, FL PAYMENT PREFERENCE: Paypal ITEM: Vogtland lowering springs PRICE: Starting $100. Buy now $180. FREE SHIPPING. DESCRIPTION (CAR, YEAR, OTHER): Brand new Vogtland lowering springs. I bought them for my Camry I had at the time, but I...
  12. Highlander 1st Generation (2001-2007)
    Hello Friends. Just joined the community. I have had my 2001 Highlander for a year or so now. My grandfather let me have it because he could not drive anymore. I've been driving the car and always wondered what it'd be like to tune it and stance it. I have some great fondness of the car for...
  13. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    Hi everyone, I am thinking of lowering my Camry on springs (specifically the Eibach Pro Kit), but have heard that lowering springs would cause my OEM shocks to wear out faster. I do want to improve the handling of my car, but longevity is more important to me (my car currently is at 51,000...
  14. Camry 6th Gen - Hybrid (2007-2011)
    Does anyone know if I can fit springs from a non hybrid camry to my camry hybrid? Would I use the V6 or the 2.4l springs? Also does anybody have advice on lowering the Camry hybrid? I've heard of people using SE springs in the rear to compensate for the heavy battery.
  15. Car Parts for Sale
    NAME: Neil PM me LOCATION: Anaheim, California, US PAYMENT PREFERENCE: PayPal, USD ITEM: Wheels FiveAxis X5:F Color Gunmetal(looks Matte Black when dirty) Diameter 18 inch Offset 42 PCD 5x4.5 aka 5x114.3 Width 8 inch Notes: Curb rashes, 2 rims are slightly bent(only affects wheel...
  16. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    If anyone is wondering if the H&R Sport Springs made for 2012-2014 Camry fit on 2015 Camry, the answer is yes! The ride is noticeably firmer than stock. Car feels more planted around corners and steering is a bit more responsive, but not drastically. I am very pleased with the H&R's. It has...
  17. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Hi, I'm looking for a new or used TRD Lip kit (doesn't matter the colour, as long as it's in good shape) & I'm also looking for lowering springs for my 2000 Camry Thanks & please email me at [email protected]
  18. Corolla 10th Gen/2nd Gen Matrix (2009-2013)
    Really want to get some lowering springs for my 10.5 Gen corolla, any ideas on what brand to get. i dont want to drop it too low. thanks>:D
  19. Car Parts for Sale
    These were installed for less then a year until recently. I was rear ended, which totaled my car:( These are in great condition and still have a pretty good ride compared to stock! All ready to go! $80 shipped
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