J Henderson

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  1. IS winter wheels

    You can fit any of the 18" wheels from a normal IS.
  2. Why cant you get back winddeflectors for 220d

    www.climairuk.com Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  3. A silver RC-F has been sitting on Lexus Edinburgh's forecourt for the past week or so. Just sayin'...
  4. Any particular reason why you want a full-sized wheel, John?
  5. Not to mention, UHP tyres will never be in their optimal working temperature at this time of year. They effectively remain rock-hard and generate way more noise than normal. Grip and ride quality is significantly reduced too. I recently switched from UHP summer tyres to a winter set, and purely in terms of noise and ride comfort, the difference is quite staggering.
  6. Was tried on ClubLexus. A no go I'm afraid.
  7. Servicing IS250 F Sport

    Definitely not. That's what Lexus charge you.
  8. Exhaust options

    Here's the "money no object", option...
  9. I'd imagine the Lexus dealer will service your car as per normal as long as the tyres have nothing wrong with them, but they'll probably acknowledge that the sizes are non-standard (and try and sell you a pair of new ones).. In my experience, they'll even pick up on things like your car having non-OEM wiper blades and stuff. As for any negatives going with the 35 profile tyres; The ride quality will probably suffer slightly The speedometer will over-read and rack up miles at an accelerated rate The smaller tyre will create an unsightly gap between wheel & arch None of which is especially critical, and on the plus side you can choose from a wider range of tyres at lower prices. The car will also feel more lively when pulling away from rest (because of the smaller overall diameter), but you could consider 245/40R18 instead. It's not quite as popular as 255/35, but there's plenty of tyre choices available and it has a minimal effect on how the car looks and performs. I currently have 245/40s on the rear of my car.
  10. It'll take you all of 5mins once you examine how they are attached/removed.
  11. I'm all for modifying cars and individual taste etc, but I will NEVER understand the appeal of this "stanced" and cambered look...
  12. Feeling Nauseous, Trembling and Dizzy ...

    Absolutely insane
  13. Xenons

    Yes but the spec seems to have changed slightly during the production run. Most, if not all of the earliest Advance models tend to have halogen lights and 17" wheels, whereas later examples on 61/12/62 reg plates usually have 18" 5-spoke wheels and the dark DRL-equipped headlights. If your car has these headlights, then yes it has Xenons.