JLL111

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About JLL111

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  • Lexus Model*
    ISF
  • Year of Lexus*
    2012
  • Location*
    Victoria

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  1. Need this gone - $200
  2. Price update - $300
  3. Hi guys, For Sale OEM 2012 ISF OEM exhaust. Replaced with JoeZ system. Located South East Melbourne - Pick up $350. Cheers, Jamie 0409 406 844
  4. Bump - Guys back for sale as buyer bailed. Cheers
  5. I have an MY11 OEM exhaust fore sale - perfect condition. $350 Located in Melbourne Cheers, Jamie
  6. Hi Guys, I have just sold my ISF and have a set of Blade Style wheels in perfect condition for sale in boxes no tyres. $2,000 Located in Melbourne - 0409 406 844 Cheers, Jamie
  7. Hi James, I have mine for sale MY2011 - https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Lexus-IS-F-2010/SSE-AD-4739193/?Cr=3 Im in Vic - Car is immaculate Cheers
  8. Thanks for confirming Spec!
  9. Hi Danny, Any chance you have the Black Leather gear knob available? If so what condition is it in? Jamie
  10. Hi guys, Hope you don't mind me posting here but it looked like a good place to ask. I'm looking at a set of Work Emotion CR K ultimates in the following size - 19 X 8.5 - +35 19 X 9.5 - +38 i don't want to have to modify any fenders or inner guards - will these offsets give me rubbing issues. The car is running KW V3s also? Was going to fit the current tyres, Mich PSS 245f and 275r on them as they have heaps of tread left. Thanks in advance. Jamie
  11. Thanks Bullit, I know how to turn off TC etc as you have mentioned above but have heard the 'pedal dance" can disengage the VDIM even more? Is this correct?
  12. Hi guys, New the forum and the ISF. I Just picked up a black 2012 ISF and really love it!! Has JoeZ Exhaust and KW V3's. To me the in Sports mode there seems to be more urgency with the changes but again I prob need more seat time before I weigh in on this. Also can someone confirm if infact you can disengage the VDIM programs completely? If so what is the process to do this? Cheers, Jamie