Alignment issues after installing H&R spring+new wheel/tire

Maztaspawn

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Hello is anyone also having an alignment issue after installing h&r springs?
I did an alignment after installation but was still pulling right. So I thought it was because the spring is still settling. So I did another alignment after a month and it is still pulling to the right.
I need to hold my steering wheel slight left to go straight. And when I let go it pulls to the right. And whenever i hold my steering wheel center it just goes to the right.
I don’t know what is wrong with it and my track day is coming up.

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Same thing happens to me, seems to be a normal occurrence according to what I’ve seen on other threads. I was told to take it to the dealership and have them reset the steering module so and that should center the steering wheel but I haven’t done so yet. Was also told I should swap my tires left to right and right to left and that should also help. My readings are almost exactly like yours
 
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Same thing happens to me, seems to be a normal occurrence according to what I’ve seen on other threads. I was told to take it to the dealership and have them reset the steering module so and that should center the steering wheel but I haven’t done so yet. Was also told I should swap my tires left to right and right to left and that should also help. My readings are almost exactly like yours
Really? Dang the factory really is shit lol.. i am going to try one last time to the shop i did my installs+alignment. If they can’t fix it im going toyota. Hopefully toyota don’t charge me anything because of the new setup lol
 

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Same thing happens to me, seems to be a normal occurrence according to what I’ve seen on other threads. I was told to take it to the dealership and have them reset the steering module so and that should center the steering wheel but I haven’t done so yet. Was also told I should swap my tires left to right and right to left and that should also help. My readings are almost exactly like yours
I'm having this issue. Was it ever resolved?
 

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Really? Dang the factory really is shit lol.. i am going to try one last time to the shop i did my installs+alignment. If they can’t fix it im going toyota. Hopefully toyota don’t charge me anything because of the new setup lol
Was this resolved?
 

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Nope. He just did a better job with the alignment. Try this specs

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Are these "Before" or "After". Do you have a screen shot for both? It would be informative to see what value was off and how they corrected it. The screen shot above looks fairly decent so I'm assuming these are the "after" numbers.
 
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@Maztaspawn
Are these "Before" or "After". Do you have a screen shot for both? It would be informative to see what value was off and how they corrected it. The screen shot above looks fairly decent so I'm assuming these are the "after" numbers.
After
 
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