Suspension and other discussion

Postby alltracman78 » Sun Sep 12, 2004 2:50 pm

Gary wrote:Domestic guy call my black alltrac with white rims rice. :shrug:

I wonder what they call a mustang with a fake hood scoop?
Or how about putting fake scoops on Ford/Chevy pu?

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Postby 1stGenAllTrac » Sun Sep 12, 2004 3:34 pm

mudslide wrote:note: i'm a noob and getting help from some pretty genious toyota people.

toyota was smart enought to make their parts standard... the shocks are 2" which means you can make your own coil overs with little modification. i'm going through the process in a week or 2 depending on part arival. check out they sell the coil over kits along with a selection of springs. the whole thing should cost around $400 and for the rally guys they have the option of going above stock height. i'll be able to give more detail when i actually do the install and know what i'm talking about. this is just a teaser

i've been kinda thinking about trying a custom setup.. probably wouldn't be ALL that hard. we'll see when i get my parts car struts out and do some measuring..
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Postby illGT4 » Wed Sep 22, 2004 7:56 pm

Russel wrote:omgitsroy326-

how about a DMS suspension?
a bit spendy but worth it in my opinion, direct replacement, and very high quality.
ECS-TOY-ST165-40A ST 165 $3675.00 40mm shock

ECS-TOY-ST165-50A-NT ST165 NT $5299.00 50mm

ECS-TOY-ST165-50A-NG ST165 NG $5299.00 50mm

ECS-TOY-ST185-50A-S Celica awd (1990-1993) $4825.00 50mm - you could make these fit with some work, if i'm not mistaken.

s= street
nt= tarmac

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