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Grenaded piston
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^ I have Intrax springs, Tokico struts, and a strut tower brace.

16" wheels with Nitto NT-505.

IMO it handles pretty good.

I took a right turn at about 40mph with my buddy in the car. He didn't expect me to take the turn so fast and said damn your car handles pretty good. ;)

I also let my uncle drive my Camry once. He liked it a lot better then his stock 91 Camry.
 

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Grenaded piston
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Springs = Intrax. Their made for a I4, but they'll work on a V6. The front will just be lower compared to the same springs on a I4.

Struts = KYB GR2 or Tokico. The Tokicos are cartridges, so they'll only work if you have serviceable struts.

Pics of sealed vs. serviceable strut:

http://www.toyotanation.com/faq/all_html2.php?prog=1&lang=en

Scroll down towards the bottom of the page and you'll see the pics.

Notice how a serviceable strut has a nut on top of the strut housing that you can unscrew.
 
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