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      03-09-2013, 11:39 PM   #1
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Different ride height with M-Sport Suspension & Springs (AUS Spec)

Long Story short.

I never noticed any difference in ride height since I own the car (approx 6 months) and 100% sure that the rear height is the same between left and right side of the car.

Now I have fitted new wheels (which shouldn't make any difference at all) and did wheel alignment just to make sure everything is perfect to my spec.

Now the rear right height is lower (or should I say exactly the same to how it was before) however the rear left height is higher ?

Please be aware that driver side is on the right side not left side.

Any clue beside the right spring sag faster than the left one?

PS: I have fitted new tyres on the left rear wheel due to puncture about 1000 km ago although the difference negligible since the other tyre has about 80% tread left.

Thanks for helping

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