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I picked up a local 1-owner 2010 Camry LE the other day.
Very good condition with a few exterior beauty marks*
110K on the original drive-train.

It's pretty much a base vehicle, so I will be making a few practical upgrades.

1. I will replace the heavy steel 16" wheels with lighter OE Alloy rims. (DONE)

2. Sway bars, braces & bushings. (Shelved for now)

Does anyone have experience with Ultra Racing products?
 

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Replacing the OE steel wheels with OE alloy wheels reduced the un-sprung weight by 3 pounds at each wheel.

We used the TPMS from the steel wheels, and they work 100%.

This is the UR rear sway bar that I am considering.



I de-badged (shaved) the trunk lid for a cleaner appearance.





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The R headlight lens is FUBAR.
No matter what I do, the lens clouds up pretty quick.
I ordered a replacement.

Did you know the front bumper cover has to be removed in order to replace a head light?

 

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TRD makes great upgrade parts for Camery have you looked into that ? There's also a Camery TRD Edition it's a sick ride..
 
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