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S|Lv3rBu||et said:
Thanks for the info, but I cannot find these springs for sale anywhere! :confused:

Do you have a link for this product at all?
It is euro manufacturer from KW group. www.weitec.com
This site visiting more and more ppl from Europe.
I have Weitec + AGX on my GT-S.
 

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Friced said:
Has anyone heard of rennsport springs for the celica?
I've never heard of them before, are they any good?
If you've never heard of them, how is it possible that you're asking about them? :gap:

No, this is the first I've heard of Fennsport as a company.
 

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d's gts said:
:thumbup: on the c-one springs add
They look like pretty sweet springs too... not too aggressive of a drop, with nice heavy rates. Except for the Weitec (which as far as I can tell are very hard to find on this side of the pond) they offer the stiffest rates without going to a coilover. And at 1.3" they wown't destroy typical shocks like springs with bigger drops do.
 

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haha nice..
the drop is 1.4" front and rear.
i was asking because on ebay they are selling them paired up with tokico illuminas. i like the drop. just wanted to know the spring rate. i plan to auto-x on them. i think i'll just go with progress/agx's unless you have a better suggestion?
 

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Somebody posted this link on another thread. I didn't know TRD.jp Sportivos were still available: http://trdparts.jp/english/parts_sportivo.html
TRDparts.jp said:
Front Coil Spring K=29.4N/mm
Rear Coil Spring K=43.1N/mm
(Ride height approx. 20mm lowering)
If my math is right (check it!! ) then these are
Front= 3.0Kg/mm = 168LB/in
Rear = 4.4Kg/mm = 246LB/in
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S|Lv3rBu||et said:
...I don't think you can convert Newtons per millimeter to pounds per inch.
Really? Sure you can. A kilogram weighs 9.8 newtons. It also weighs 2.2 pounds. And there are 25.4 millimeters in an inch. So just multiply your Newtons per Millimetre (N/mm) by 5.7082 to get your Pounds Force per Inch. http://www.leespring.co.uk/pdf/new_leespr_conversiondata.pdf
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Also I remember that the front rate is the same as the rear stock rate.
 

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What are some springs that I can buy that give the lowest drop available? Do the Tanabe DF210's give the lowest drop, or are there others?
 
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