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By Sash
#297662
I might be mistaken, but i was of the impression the rsi springs are slightly lower than the normal 1.6
By mayurh
#297668
Sash wrote:I might be mistaken, but i was of the impression the rsi springs are slightly lower than the normal 1.6
yeah thats wat i tot
friend has a 1997 corolla 1.6gl
and in the for sale section someone selling rsi springs
i think it'll make the front look much better
his back is already low enough
wat u think is it worth it?
By 180i // SPORT
#297685
mayurh wrote:
Sash wrote:I might be mistaken, but i was of the impression the rsi springs are slightly lower than the normal 1.6
yeah thats wat i tot
friend has a 1997 corolla 1.6gl
and in the for sale section someone selling rsi springs
i think it'll make the front look much better
his back is already low enough
wat u think is it worth it?
Thats a good idea mayur, you buy those rsi springs and ill take your eibachs :lol: :wink:
By mayurh
#297694
:lol: dude its not for me.its for my friend.
i have no plans to sell my eibach's but if i do i'll give u a call
By ConquestDriver
#297721
interesting, so we could all look for RSi springs as a cheap drop?
By mayurh
#297737
ConquestDriver wrote:interesting, so we could all look for RSi springs as a cheap drop?
i'm talking abt the corolla rsi.
if u have 97 1.6l then yeah u cud put 97 rsi springs. it wud lower it slightly and keep that nice standard ride.

i dont think 1997 corolla rsi springs wud fit in our conquests
By ConquestDriver
#297740
mayurh wrote:
ConquestDriver wrote:interesting, so we could all look for RSi springs as a cheap drop?
i'm talking abt the corolla rsi.
if u have 97 1.6l then yeah u cud put 97 rsi springs. it wud lower it slightly and keep that nice standard ride.

i dont think 1997 corolla rsi springs wud fit in our conquests
ah, damn, my bad, sorry i misread it slightly.....
By 180i // SPORT
#297741
ConquestDriver wrote:interesting, so we could all look for RSi springs as a cheap drop?
My car (180) come standard with the same drop 8), and i think David fella put that same spring in my 160 :D
By mayurh
#297751
so ur white conquest has conquest rsi springs?
By ConquestDriver
#297758
mayurh wrote:so ur white conquest has conquest rsi springs?
i wonder if anybody can give us definete responce here, i have always been wondering why my conquest looks much lower than some others its a 1998 RSE, can it be that they came with a slight drop, or is it just the sagged springs as i thought which had done 336000km?
By mayurh
#297913
the sport editions.like my 160i sport definatly came with lower springs as compared to other conquests mine was definatly lower
By mayurh
#298583
my friend went to toyota this weekend
the corolla 1.6gl/gle and rsi,rxi all have the same springs :?
is it jus me or did the rsi look more lower than the rest?
anyways
so the springs are all the same.
no use putting rsi springs on a 160i :evil:
maybe the shocks are shorter?
#864886
Howsit gents. Hoping to restart this conversation... there seems to be a lot of confusion regarding corolla rsi springs. I'm also keen to get a set for my 160gle. Some say rsi springs are shorter, some say they're not. Any updated info on this?

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