Re: Help, Lo pro 1994 in 7v offset!!!
It looks like you have a lot of room to tighten the claw springs, it's difficult to understand your English (google translate?) so I'm not entirely sure what you're saying. What string gauge is being used on the guitar? I would inspect to see if the trem is also sitting correctly on the trem posts first. From first glance it would just seem you need to tighten up the claw screws to increase the spring tension, making small adjustments and then re-tuning the guitar and repeating until the knife edge is parallel.
That will drop the action though the action looks like it may still be high when the bridge is level, to avoid wear/damage of the knife edges and posts you should remove the trem unit before adjusting the action with the trem posts (which are locking, so you need to also unlock them first). Once you have everything set and the guitar plays good (so bridge is parallel, action is good) then you should adjust the intonation.