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Just an idea:

Can we put together a list of all the lowering springs (coil-over and otherwise) available for the
celica and their corresponding spring rates and the manufacturer claimed drop? I'm looking for a different set of springs currently and I've noticed the rates can be somewhat hard to come by. Just kindof thought one main list would be a good thing.

I'll get it started:

Bilstein
PSS Coilovers: 285 lb/in front and rear
C-One
Sport Springs: F: 258 lb/in R: 364 lb/in 1.3"
SS Coilovers: F: 448 lb/in R: 560 lb/in
Type-R Coilovers: F: 560 lb/in R: 560 lb/in
D2 Coilovers:
Front: 7 kgr/mm (392 lbs/in)
Rear: 5 kgr/mm (280 lbs/in)
Eibach
Sportlines
F: 178 lb/in 1.8" / R: 208 lb/in 2.4" (progressive spring rate)
Pro-Kit
F: 150 lb/in 1.2" / R: 203 lb/in 1.1"
Espelir
F: 168 lb/in 1.2" R: 213 lb/in 1.2"
Ground Control Coilver Kits
#8016 kit
front:250lbs/in rear:420lbs/in
Custom Ordered Spring Rates Available:
200 lb/in - 700 lb/in
Hotchkis
F: 164-242 lb/in 1.375" R: 1.875" 350-380 lb/in (progressive spring rate)
TVS coilovers:
F: 300 lb/in R: 450 lb/in
JIC Magic
SF-1 Coilover
F: 336 lb/in R: 448 lb/in
Ksport
Kontrol Pro F:392 lb/in R:336 lb/in
KW
Variant 2 Coilovers:
F: 340 lb/in R: 340 lb/in
Megan Racing
F: 250 lb/in 2.0" / R: 230 lb/in 1.9"
Progress Tech
F:1.6"/180 lb/in R: 1.8"/230lb/in
RS*R
Down
F: 178 lb/in 1.6" / R: 226 lb/in 2.0"
Skunk2
F: 84 - 190 lb/in 1.4" R: 117 - 229 lb/in 1.4" (progressive rate)
Adjustable Coilovers:
F: 446 lb/in R: 335 lb/in
Swift Springs
Sport Mach
F: 111-185 lb/in 1.2" R: 151-213 lb/in 1.0" (progressive spring rate)
Tanabe
Sustec Pro S-S Type I&II
F: 336lb/in R:336lb/in
DF210
F: 2.2", 145 lb/in R: 2.5", 235 lb/in
GF210
F: 162 lb/in R: 223.5 lb/in 1.5"
NF210
F: 145 lb/in R: 190 lb/in 1.5"
Tien
S Tech F:168lb/in R: 224lb/in F/R 1.4"
H Tech F: 145 / R: 207 F: 0.8" / R: 0.8"
SS Coilover: F:280 R:390
SSP Coilover: F:390 R:500
Basic Coilover: F: 280 R: 390
Tokico
HP Suspension Kit
F: 145 lb/in R: 250 lb/in 1.25"
TRD
Coilovers:
F: 200 lb/in R: 350 lb/in
Toyota
Stock:F: 136lb/in R:168lb/in
Trial
Max Coilovers
F: 559.5 Lb/In R: 671.4 Lb/In
Weitec
F-Series Springs
F: 341 lb/in R: 341 lb/in 1.6"
Whiteline
Control & Flatout Springs
F: 176 lb/in R: 252 lb/in
Zeal
Function-X
F&R: 448 lb/in​


Feel free to add info if you have some!
 

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Stock: 0.0/0.0 - 136/168
Eibach Pro Kit: 1.2/1.1 - ?/?
Eibach Sportline: 1.8/2.4 - ?/?
TRD: 1.25/1.25 - ?/?
Hotchkis: 1.4/1.9 - 200/365
H&R - 1.3/1.3 - ?/?
Progress Tech: 1.6/1.8 - 180/230
C-One: 1.4/1.4 - ?/?
Tanabe Superdown: 2.1/2.4 - ?/?
Tanabe DF210: 2.2/2.6 - 145/235
 

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Blue Bomber said:
Stock: 0.0/0.0 - 136/168
Eibach Pro Kit: 1.2/1.1 - ?/?
Eibach Sportline: 1.8/2.4 - ?/?
TRD: 1.25/1.25 - ?/?
Hotchkis: 1.4/1.9 - 200/365
H&R - 1.3/1.3 - ?/?
Progress Tech: 1.6/1.8 - 180/230
C-One: 1.4/1.4 - ?/?
Tanabe Superdown: 2.1/2.4 - ?/?
Tanabe DF210: 2.2/2.6 - 145/235
Thanks christian, I knew you'd have some good input on this one! :thumbup:
 

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Oh cool, finally! I've been waiting for this kinda info for a long long time. Let's see what's missing that I can contribute:

The NEW RS*R Down Lowering springs:

1.6"F / 2.0"R is 178F/226R

The NEW Megan Racing Lowering Springs:

2.0"F / 1.9"R is 250F/230R - There is a typo on there website, I had emailed them to verify the spring rates, and its suppose to be 250/230 instead of the wrongly published 275/250.

I wrote down from some article that the Eibach Sportlines is:

1.8F/2.4R - 178R/208R (but I know that might be wrong, since its a progressive spring and should have a rating similar to the Hotchkis.)
 

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One more thing, I'm guessing the TRD Lowering springs is the following rate:

160F & 212R

Because they make that same drop in springs for the Scion TC at 1.25" drop and they state that TRD made the front 18% stiffer & 26% stiffer in the rear...which I'm guessing might be the same on the Celica. So I increased the F & R by 18% & 26% respectively.
 

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Tanabe Sustec Pro S-S Type I and Type II- F:6kg/mm R:6kg/mm
 

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gts_rosh said:
Oh cool, finally! I've been waiting for this kinda info for a long long time. Let's see what's missing that I can contribute:

The NEW RS*R Down Lowering springs:

1.6"F / 2.0"R is 178F/226R

The NEW Megan Racing Lowering Springs:

2.0"F / 1.9"R is 250F/230R - There is a typo on there website, I had emailed them to verify the spring rates, and its suppose to be 250/230 instead of the wrongly published 275/250.

I wrote down from some article that the Eibach Sportlines is:

1.8F/2.4R - 178R/208R (but I know that might be wrong, since its a progressive spring and should have a rating similar to the Hotchkis.)
Carbonized_GT said:
Tanabe Sustec Pro S-S Type I and Type II- F:6kg/mm R:6kg/mm
Great info! List updated! :thumbup:
 

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gts_rosh said:
One more thing, I'm guessing the TRD Lowering springs is the following rate:

160F & 212R

Because they make that same drop in springs for the Scion TC at 1.25" drop and they state that TRD made the front 18% stiffer & 26% stiffer in the rear...which I'm guessing might be the same on the Celica. So I increased the F & R by 18% & 26% respectively.
Well, that does make sence and all... can anyone confirm or disconfirm this??
 
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