which tails?Toysrme said:I am not going to get into a discussion between the look of the nose of gen3 ES 300's against the look of a gen 3 Camry on a Toyota forum.
I'd rather have the tail lights. They're the only part of the Gen 3 body that "looks old and out of date".
What about the ES headlights yellowing? Mine are a bright blue/white with Phillips 6000K. They were a nice color when I had the 9005 silver star's in them too. No yellowing there.
That must be the wagon then, cause the v6 Camry rotors are smaller than ES rotors. I never knew it, but you are correct. Camry Wagon rotors are ES sized. Who cares anyways right? Rear brakes do 20% of the stoping anyways.
it has dual piston caliper because it has abs the camry's and avalons that had abs came with them also.badazzlegnd said:One thing ive notice we have a 94 camry xle and a 96 es300 is front brakes on the es300 has 2 piston calipers.
l33tGreenCamry said:isn't the es300 suspesion different than the xle v6?
Wait, not so fast. That should be "maybe". In the most recent generation, the one that turned into the ES-330 a year or so ago, there are two different suspension options on the ES. The base version is probably pretty much what you find under the XLE Camry. The optional "adaptive" ES suspension has three settings. I think they're Sport, Normal, and Soft, or something like that. You select what you want via selector on the panel. This ES setup is definitely NOT the same as any you find under a Camry.B Deuce said:^^nope
that's funny did you look at them recently? cause when you buy new calipers they ask if you have abs or not and if you do the caliper that your car uses has 2 pistons on one side. look at my cardomain site in my sig. i put in comparisonsbadazzlegnd said:i have a 94 camry with abs and it doesnt have 2 piston calipers.