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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. Hi all, I bought these springs and bump stops for my 2009 ISF, with the intention of installing them with some Bilstein shocks. But the shocks i bought only fit the 2008-2010 springs, not 2011 onwards. I really should have thought it through haha!! These will be softer / more compliant for those users who have a 2011 onwards car, or who need to go back to stock after modifying. They are genuine OEM parts Anyway here are the part number details: Front springs - 48131-53460 Rear springs - 48231-53390 Bumpstops - 48341-30140 If you look up the details of cost for these parts, your eyes will water, selling the lot for $550. Cheers Sparky
  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. $100 selling these springs i bought, they are too low for me pics in the links, and the pics include the car they were originally on wheels were 20's and 17's stock wheels.
  5. Fs: Tein S Tech Springs

    For sale is a set of Tein S Tech springs for 2006 to 2012 Is250 / Is350 Pickup Bonnyrigg or ship at buyers expense
  6. Im after some stock 2011-2014 springs for my 2009 ISF, i have some aftermarket Bilstein shocks coming in and they would match very well with some later model springs which are a bit softer. It would be good timing obviously to get it all done at once. Thanks! James Call on - 0433 146 146 or reply / PM here
  7. Being new to the scene I've notice that the F sport version is mostly cosmetic for both the exterior and interior of the car. So I am considering buying some of the F sport parts from "Sewell Parts" such as "F-Sport Performance lowering Spring Set" but it seems like these part are classified as aftermarket parts in Australia. I'm not sure if it's permitted to install these into the car without voiding the warranty. Also if I do get these parts ordered, I will most likely get a professional to do it like the dealership service centre e.g. Chatswood. If any experts in the modding scene can point me in a direction; it would be very much appreciated.
  8. 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.
  9. Hi Guys I'm selling up my car soon so taking suspension back to stock & selling: Front/Rear Shocks: Tokico HP Blue Details click here Front/Rear Springs: Tein H Tech Details click here Cost about $1700 shipped to Australia. Installed January this year, driven 5000km so still very much new. Please PM me or reply here if you're interested.
  10. Hi all I got my car up on a hoist yesterday to my 60,000KM service. Couldn't help but notice the front driver side shock was weeping I'm in search of new shocks and springs, with only comfort in mind. The car is a daily cruiser, and it'll never see a track or Auto-X Could anyone recommend a nice, smooth and comfortable combination of shocks and springs? I've driven an Accord Euro with KYB-GR2's + Tein S-Techs I liked the dampening, but not the rebound on the setup A nice set of coilovers are currently out of budget. Thanks KWAN