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    MY13 IS-F
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    2013
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  1. I don't have one mate but what exhuast are you looking for? I'm considering one myself..
  2. Hi Jim, that's very interesting.. if someone out there can confirm that I'd also be most interested in some further info. Does anyone know what oil Lexus use at the stealership?
  3. Also using Penrite 5w40 fwiw. Mostly because I like the service sticker 😂
  4. Haha have just seen the recent oil topic in the forum.. please remove both my threads 😂
  5. Sorry mods - delete this topic.. not sure why it listed two
  6. Hi all, hope you all had a good Xmas/New Years and all the best for 2021! I have recently started doing my own servicing on the ISF. I threw 9L of Penrite FS 5W-40 in her at the last service mostly because I've used Penrite oils for many years now and have never had any issues. Has me wondering what other people's experiences are with oil for the F? I'd be interested to know 👍
  7. Hi all, hope you all had a good Xmas/New Years and all the best for 2021! I have recently started doing my own servicing on the ISF. I threw 9L of Penrite FS 5W-40 in her at the last service mostly because I've used Penrite oils for many years now and have never had any issues. Has me wondering what other people's experiences are with oil for the F? I'd be interested to know 👍
  8. Yes thinking about buying and self installing. The only thing I dislike about my ISF is the clunky and dated infotainment system. A tesla style screen would also make the interior look slightly less dated in my opinion. There's really no functionality of the OEM system that I need to retain tbh. Plus with one of these Tesla style units you can get a Bluetooth obd dongle and display a whole range of cool data on the screen. Been reading over at the American forums and looks like people are having success with these units when installed in 200 series LandCruisers and LX570's. Sounds like t
  9. Hi all, Wondering if anyone out there has installed one of these Tesla style android units in their IS? https://rhinoradios.com/products/lexus-is-250-is-300-is-350-2005-2012-10-4-vertical-screen-android-radio-tesla-style Looks like a very neat setup from the photos and unlike a GROM Vline this unit takes control of all the systems related control that's required like A/C controlled etc.
  10. Hi all, 75,000km service due on my ISF calls for fuel filter replacement/s (is there more than one fuel filter?).. Has anyone done this themselves? Requires rear seat to be removed to access fuel pump assembly in the fuel tank where the filter is housed. If we had a reputation for clean petrol in this Aus i'd probably not worry too much but unfortunately this isn't the case.. Not even going to bother with a quote from the stealership because I know it'll be eye watering and I have plenty of time on my hands rn due covid in Vic. Any insight appreciated Cheers
  11. That's interesting because the BJ I went to put the 275/30's on without question however the car already had that size on. Cant help regarding the 275/35's... Definitely shop around re prices, BJ's from various suburbs gave me very different prices for the same tyres.
  12. I put 245/35 F and 275/30 R MPS4S on recently. Great tyres but not cheap - $1655 with alignment ($100 cashback from Michelin rn) Had MPSS on before the PS4S and they were great and got over 40k on them which isn't bad for soft rubber. Uneven wear on the fronts is a real issue on these cars so hoping the RR racing USRS I installed last month make a difference.
  13. I'll look into the Nolethane kit, thanks for the heads up.
  14. Looks like you still cant get the PS91 in 275/30 off the Kumho website. Shame, probably would've given them crack. I'll probably order new bushings, install first then go with the MPS4S. RR racing USRS at the moment $675 landed.. not cheap but Figs just as expensive. I remember reading somewhere there was an aussie suspension company that had a bushing for the OEM housing that was a cheaper option. Anyone had installed that bushing can share their thoughts?
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