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    Adjustable Shocks & Struts

    Someone really ought to sticky this. .. Edit found the information NOT on CelicaSupra but on SupraWes' website

    Front Adjustable Strut (insert) - spacers required
    91-95 MR2 AGX REAR Shock KYB-765016


    Rear Adjustable Shocks
    TRD 48531-mz181
    Koni Yellow K30-1599 Sport
    Koni Red B28-1131
    2000-2007 Ford Focus REAR Shock KYB-741067

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    this is actually fairly well known. RabidChimp.com offers these, in a complete set, on their website.

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    guys, do a search on wes hendrick (can't recall the other guys name that helped find this). There's more to it than just buying the stuff if you don't get em through teh chimp.

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    Quasi unobtanium items.

    Tokico Illumina 5-way adjustable shocks.

    Fronts: BZ3062

    Rear: BE2321

    Notes: (Fronts). The BZ3062's are LONG discontinued & are pretty much impossible to find. Right now, your only option is to use the ones for the MKIII RA Celica, which is part# BZ3074. They will still work, but they will have a softer dampening rate for the weight of the Celica's. Just means you have to turn up the stiffness up a notch.

    P.S. For those of you that are about to ask "Why can't Tokico make more of these"????? It's been discussed YEARS ago!!!! Run a search... Type in "Tokico Illumina" & look for postings from Chris Clement (Flyin Hawaiian). Bottom line is that Tokico destroyed the tooling to make the BZ3062's & they won't ever be made again.

    (Rears). The rear shocks are the same ones that are used for the RA Celica as well.

    Both front/rear items are "quasi" still around... You just have to do some dilligent investigating. Toysport still had a small selection, but they'll also charge you an arm + a leg for them.

    As some of you know, Shawn P (junkie) had a set of the TRD 7-way adjustable's (made by KYB) F/S several weeks ago & I believe someone jumped on these within 2 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpmatt View Post
    guys, do a search on wes hendrick (can't recall the other guys name that helped find this). There's more to it than just buying the stuff if you don't get em through teh chimp.
    Heh.... Actually, Wes Hetrick will get you better results...
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    what are good lowering springs? I can find like 10 kinds of shocks but so far only 1 set of lowering springs
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    give me a few weeks and i'll have a used set of lowering springs for sale

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    just purchesed agxs from rabid chimp .com havent recived them yet,looking for pos /neg feed back from owners, set up tips if any, also looking for lowering springs, is that a good idea with agxs im going for handeling not good looks. i also looked up the joe blow price for the 741067 $89.67ea. and the 765016 $129.28ea. so for $440.01 with spacers and shiping is a great deal in my op.

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    Ground Control coilovers up front (400lb springs on my setup) and 1" 300lb Dobinson rear lowering springs... pretty good setup for me so far.

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    whats a good coilover brand suspension for 85 celica supra? i have eibach lowering springs and tokico shocks but i cant realy find any coilovers for it.

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