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Well... Lowering actually improves handling. That's one. Two - wait till there is a better selection of available body kits. OEM Scion kit that dealers sell for ~$900 does not look that good IMHO.
 

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Yeah, I agree... I'm going to wait until SEMA passes, and all the goodies start coming out after the new year. Just wondering what is the consensus.
 

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Not sure there is a "best" choice, but I would and did go with springs first. They increase both the looks and performance of your Tc for a nominal price. (Less than $250 including installation at my dealer)
 

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I would definately go with the lowering springs first.
 

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Originally posted by ufgatorfan@Oct 9 2004, 12:24 PM
Not sure there is a "best" choice, but I would and did go with springs first. They increase both the looks and performance of your Tc for a nominal price. (Less than $250 including installation at my dealer)
Where do you live? Dealerships around here want $600+ for the spring install.
 

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Yeah, Ive read how lucky I am. I live in South Florida and Maroone Scion in Davie, FL is where I do all my business. =)
 
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