premeasuring does nothing. You haven't taken into accout the weight distribution of the car which is generally heavier one side. Just adjust the coils until you think they look even. DO NOT USE THREAD COUNT! If you want accurate measurements, change the height, drive to a completely flat surface like a parking garage and measure from multiple points (wheel well, jack points, etc).andrew84tran said:Hi guys,
I just recently got my Ohlins PCV coilovers installed in my car (Australian DC5R). I made sure all the pre-measurements on the coilover were consistent and measured correctly before putting them on. However the rear left of my car sits about 1 finger gap higher than the right rear. Is there a problem I should be concerned with, or should I wait for it to settle and get it corner balanced/aligned. Any suggestions/opinions will be much appreciated!
And get it corner weighted before the alignment. Corner weighting will just throw off the height anyway, so my suggestion is to get them relatively even (just eyeball it), then get it cornerweighted, then aligned.