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Sep 21, 6:13pm - #281489 
Tein s.Tech install guide?

I'm having a little trouble installing these springs. Are there any install guides on the web?

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Sep 21, 8:25pm - #281490 
what is your trouble? I installed mines with no prob

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Sep 22, 8:07am - #281491 
speaking of these springs, what do you that have them think of them. I have been thinking about getting them. Any weird noises from the springs, and how about the the wear on your tires without doing anything like a camber kit.

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Sep 22, 9:42am - #281492 
nope it runs smooooth!!!! i think it better than stock. It hold the car down under high speeds. yea i do feel more bumps, but no more bouncing.

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Sep 22, 9:43am - #281493 
oh yea the drop is nice. I wish i has a little more like 1.8 or something. But im good. I realized that 1.4 is just enough to get around the hills and bumps. If i did anymore...im screwed

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Sep 22, 9:45am - #281494 
for the camber...yea you do need an alighment in the back. The front was still good. YOU DO NOT NEED A CAMBER KIT! its only -2.2 in the rear. The factory ones can allow it to adjust to -1. so you dont need camber kits.

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Sep 22, 11:20am - #281495 
thanks man, I'm going to go ahead and order them up. I want to go a little lower then 1.4 too, but when rolling on 225/40/18 I don't have that much room for the drop.

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