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The Tein springs won't ever settle. Tein is adamant on their springs and will be happy to honor their warranty of more than a millimeter of spring sag in one year.
I don't see how the settings on the struts would determine the ride height or settling.

If the struts go back gradually no matter the setting, at rest, or moving.
That means they are blown if they go back up after some time.

The struts may "soften" sometimes afterwards. 6 months, 1 year, or 2 years, but that doesn't mean the ride height.

It will always be the same ride height because you have Tein lowering springs with no adjustabilty.

The same goes for most lowering springs.
If you don't believe it, call Eibach, Hotchkis, Tanabe and the like and ask how much will their lowering springs settle and how long will it take?
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