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CeLi_RedGT
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CeLi_RedGT Oct 25, 7:42pm - #309234 
2003 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 130
Yuba City, CA
Need Help With Springs

I got my Tein S-Tech installed about a week ago and got my alignment done a couple days later. The car was noticably lower and after I got my alignment the height went back to stock level. The mechanic put pressure into my tires because he said it was low, I was running about 26 psi. He aired it up to the max, 51 psi. I took out pressure so right now I am running about 35. I don't know if tire pressure has to do anything with my ride height. I know that you have to wait a while until the spring actually settle, but how long is that period of time? I am asking because my car's height seems a little off. My front looks like it is higher than the back, about one finger (the front is width of three and the back about two. Do I have to wait longer for the springs to settle or is there something that I can do to make it even?
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QTRMLR_1
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QTRMLR_1 Oct 25, 7:52pm - #309235 

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2002 Toyota Celica

Joined: Jun 2004
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Los Angeles, CA
man..that mechanic tried to kill you!!! 51 psi!!!!
did you piss off the mob or something?

I get my kicks on EC.
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