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This is a discussion on Many questions within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by EJ257 No noticeable extra tire wear. I usually rotate my tires every time I'm on the lift, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    No noticeable extra tire wear. I usually rotate my tires every time I'm on the lift, which is usually around every 5-6K miles.



    -1.5 is about the maximum you can pull out of the front with the stock hardware (sometimes you can only get -1.2-1.3); I have camber plates on my car, but I didn't want to go too much more aggressive than that. I like a little less camber in the rear, so I asked for a half degree difference (required rear camber bolts, which were ~$40 from my dealership).
    Good to know! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenc51 View Post
    do you have a tune for that intake?
    no I do not have a tune for my intake.

    I have no idea what the car is lowered on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve02008 View Post
    no I do not have a tune for my intake.
    You should be OK with the AEM intake on the stock tune. I've heard that the MAF airflow dynamics are similar to stock. Some supporting evidence:
    http://www.wrxtuners.com/forums/f51/...-700kms-29157/


    Quote Originally Posted by steve02008 View Post
    I have no idea what the car is lowered on.
    What color are the springs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    You should be OK with the AEM intake on the stock tune. I've heard that the MAF airflow dynamics are similar to stock. Some supporting evidence:
    http://www.wrxtuners.com/forums/f51/...-700kms-29157/




    What color are the springs?
    They are Tien lowering springs. Thanks for all the good info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve02008 View Post
    They are Tien lowering springs. Thanks for all the good info.
    Figure out what type of Tein spring that you have. If they are Tein H-Tech, they are a so-so performance spring. If they are S-techs, a good performance increase can be had by changing to a performance spring. The s-techs are not harmful to your car by any means, but they are purely an aesthetic spring and not meant to improve performance besides lowering the center of gravity.
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