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  1. Hi all, Im looking to lower my is250 pretty significantly and coilovers are out of my price range just at the moment however I do plan on organising some later down the line. At the moment peders suggested some eibachs which from what ive read lower the car about 35mm which as we should all know is what these cars shouldve come like from the factory so im now considering some springs which claim to do 50mm and also offer 70mm. Id like to see the wheels tuck a little and 70mm sounds good Im just wondering if anyone with coilovers has lowered this much and ran into any problems im on stock 18s at the moment and besides killing my struts and scraping everywhere i dont see any other problem in 70mm all help is appreciated thanks guys.
  2. EOI: 2IS Parts

    Hi All, This is just an EOI at the moment but i have the following items: Cusco Rear Sway Bar F Sport Front Sway Bar Lexus 18" Sports Wheels with Tyres KW V3 Coilovers w/KW Tool Kit Lexus Boot Mat Might have other stuff but this is from the top of my head. RFS: No longer have a 2IS and my situation has changed.
  3. Hi All, Up for sale is a used set of KW V3 Coilovers for ISF. The previous seller advised he had done approximately 5,000kms before putting stock suspensions back in as he was selling his car. I believe these will also be compatible with IS250/IS350. Price: $1,600
  4. I have for sale a set of four original coil overs for a 2008 ISF and a set of near new Figs Mega Arms that go well together with KW V3 setup. PM me if interested. Thanks
  5. Hi Guys, been thinking about lowering my IS for a while now and think im going to go with coilovers (purely for the adjustment ability). i can get a set of BC's from JustJap that are "smooth and forgiving ride for city use, at any speed" for $1300 and i would fit them myself. i also went into my local Pedders and spoke to a guy there (Super helpful and knowledgeable) about there equivalent which is $2000. the guy said that the BC's are pretty much an exact replica of theirs just with lesser quality components. included in their price is installation, wheel alignment and any future adjustment/tuning i want done free of charge... can i get your thoughts or previous experiences/recommendations?? thanks in advance.
  6. Wtb --- [Qld Is250] --- Coilovers

    Looking to buy some Is250 RWD coilovers in Queensland. anyone got any? =)
  7. Hi all, a newbie here.. Looking at the BC Racing Coilovers BR Series for my 1999 IS200. Looking for some feedback from people whose either got this setup, alternative recommendations etc. This came about after a minor service and timing belt change @ 150k along with a list of others to be fixed... Quite annoyed as bought it off the in laws who bought it brand new and was pretty much a shopping trolley... Not to mention that it's been diligently serviced @ Newcastle Lexus during its whole lifetime... Once we took ownership got it serviced @ Tunehouse who picked up all the dodgy... So, in the process of fixing a few things and the first major investment will be a set of coilovers but do not want to go overboard as it'll never see the track.. The closest will be the freeway!!! My ride is a daily driven by the Mrs so not really after performance but if I'm going to have to get it replaced more than happy to spend 30% more for aftermarket parts over oem parts. Cheers CP