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  1. lovely so a tspirit suspension will lower my car 30mm for what it is

    anyone know would just tspirit springs do or do i need full shocks and springs

    Howya

    I think you might need a the shock aswell from what i can determine from the toyodiy site

    the spring and the shock are "ireland spec" http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_2004_TOYOTA_AVENSIS_ZZT250R-AEMNKW_4804.html

    i think you'd be better off getting the Eibach springs as i 've seen them for £150 (E10-82-016-03-22)

    rather than getting new toyota parts or even second hand, but i would check with Eibach if they will

    work with the "ireland spec" shocks.

    also if you have 17" wheels and put on 215/45 tyres they will be smaller in diameter

    than the standard 205/55/16 . only by about 1.5%

    9

  2. Howya darran

    You have an irish car with the rough road package or on toyodiy( http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_2004_TOYOTA_AVENSIS_CDT250R-AEMEYW_4803.html ) known as "ireland spec" its not the springs that are different to the uk models its as far as i remember 3 smaller parts top and bottom of the springs. (i might be wrong there) i have an irish avensis but i got toyota juno 17"s with 215/45 tyres on it , the handling on the corners is vastly improved . i talked to a guy in toyota garage who had the lowered springs on his estate said it handled fantastic with the springs and the 17's but he wouldn't recomend the 18's . Eibach make the springs for TTE so get Eibach same model save a few bob. The springs will drop the car 30mm but because its the rough road package it'll probaly drop it by 15 to 20 mm which will look good with 17's.

    though at the moment i'm looking at putting on 225/45/17 's on because that would be the correct size tyre but the alloy is only 7" wide but it should still go on. I hope you could follow all of that

    9

  3. doesn't seem to be any difference between saloon and wagon.

    Part numbers according to Toyodiy are front right 75731-05901 rear right 75741-05901

    front left 75732-05901 rear left 75742-05901

    i'd say your looking at approx £200 from Mr T

  4. coilovers will be a waste of time and money , the Eibach springs are your best bet, TRD and TTE branded springs are made by Eibach and you can use them with the original dampers too. The springs are made in such a way as to not make the ride to hard but if you do drive hard they will stiffen. don't know the technical details about it but if you like your car don't buy cheap stuff for it. :thumbsup:

  5. Hi

    A friend has just bought a '72 ta22 , i'm jealous. :drool: .Can anyone tell me whats the fitment for the wheels (PCD,offset etc..)

    and how big of a wheel can be fitted with the standard suspension height. and also what looks the best (14" 15" 16" etc...)

    and how wide can you run them too, basically any information on 1st gen celica wheels would be greatly appreciated

    thanks in advance 9

  6. Hi

    A friend has just bought a '72 ta22 , i'm jealous. :drool: .Can anyone tell me whats the fitment for the wheels (PCD,offset etc..)

    and how big of a wheel can be fitted with the standard suspension height. and also what looks the best (14" 15" 16" etc...)

    and how wide can you run them too, basically any information on 1st gen celica wheels would be greatly appreciated

    thanks in advance 9

  7. Has any one tried ceramic brake pads on their avensis? if so where did ya get them and how do you find them.

    i'm just sick of having to clean the dust of my new alloys , i get maybe two days before i notice the build up of dust and i thought ceramic might be a better option.

    all opinions please

  8. As far as i know (90% definite) the 2.2 is the only avensis model(t25) that has a pcd of 5x114 all the other models are 5x100

    if you want to be 100% positive ring a couple of toyota dealers and ask them , or send a message to member PARTS KING with your vin number and he'll tell ya :thumbsup:

  9. Hi GregoreToyotaWroclaw.

    Nice grill,but EVEN BETTER. In the lower picture of the Polish plate car, am i seeing double fog lights on either side of the car & how was this carried out.

    Regards, Beagh.

    Beagh, on the polish plate car it's all photoshop . Its what george wants it to look like.I have seen it on a japanese car though

    George , with the new "widow " style lights your side/parking lights won't be reflected at all , but i like the effect.

    can't wait to see the finished pictures, its very hard to find a grille here as their are no avensis in the scrapyards.

    check out my new led lights , i like to call them my daytime running lights. double fogs in second pic

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