Its trial and error basically. Easiest way that I have found to lower the rear is take the spring out and just twist the collar down that sits on the perch. I think you would have to twist it down like 7 collars for 1/2in
Make sure you measure the threads left before moving on to the other side!
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Firstly, the rear springs are not coilovers. Secondly, I normally adjust twice the height that I want it to go down. For example, I want to drop it a 1/4" then I spin everything down a 1/2". But its really just trial and error. Pics after your get it adjusted!
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i am in awe... actual answers! is this a mkiv change happening??
OP, it's def just trial and error, but if you have your car jacked up, might as well spin them all the way down because you're undoubtedly headed in that direction anyway