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Pecker

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About Pecker

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    Mark

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  • Lexus Model
    ISF
  • Year of Lexus
    2010
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Perthshire

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  1. Just had the recall phone call to get the ISF booked in - requested a RCF as a courtesy car
  2. I've just fitted these last week, along with the RR Racing coilovers.... not impressed albeit I'm inclined to think it's the coilovers that have ruined the ride, not the USRS. Car is going back in next week to try and adjust the dampers to a setting a bit less like a slammed Honda Civic... On the positive side, steering response and turn in is a lot sharper which is part of the USRS's task. Hopefully you guys get a good result and I'll be interested to get some good feedback.
  3. To suit OEM 2010 wheels/nuts. Thanks,
  4. 6 years and counting, going in for her 60k service today c/w coilovers, Borla exhaust, etc...
  5. Not a bad defect IMHO I'll check the Bison R variety out... mod funds have taken a bit of an ISF beating though lol! Thanks for the advice on the drop, might take a few attempts to get it right.
  6. Yes Peter, those are indeed the ones. Hoping to drop the car slightly with these as well. I'll try and get some decent pics shortly, plus some feedback on the mods On the lookout for decent carbon or gloss black front & rear diffusers as well, but most quality ones seem pretty expensive... Think I was born with the mod bug already installed...
  7. Good stuff, thanks Pete. I must admit, your car is the finest looking this side of the pond Current mods on mine are:- custom remap, K&N typhoon & custom rear exhaust section/silencers. Goodies just arrived from Simon & Rafi are:- USRS, AOS, new spec RR Racing coilovers (fast road setup), and full Borla exhaust with hi-flow initial cats, 2nd cat delete and carbon fibre tips. Can't wait for the results/looks/noise/handling & ride improvements. Then hopefully before year end I'm getting a full paint correction, new rims & tyres c/w fancy lug nuts
  8. Cheers Pete, The kamispeed lug nut range is very tempting! Also, I'm guessing you're on coilovers... did you have to roll the arches to avoid them rubbing the tyres? My RR racing delivery has arrived so good times ahead lol. Thanks, Mark
  9. Pete, mind if I ask what wheels and lug nuts you'll be running? Looking forward to seeing the final finish... Thanks,
  10. Big Rat, if they do turn out to be copies I wouldn't hesitate to recommend MTEC offerings. ATB
  11. Just checked all 4 and the tyre shop have got them mixed up when the wheels were refurbished. Gives me an excuse now to pop them on eBay and opt for some aftermarket rims :) Would be intrigued to see what the actual difference it makes... wonder if anyone has noticed the difference?
  12. Well spotted Mark G ! On that topic, if you want a laugh check this guys post on the subject...; https://www.clublexus.com/forums/is-f-2008-2014/686983-wheels-on-wrong-side-does-it-matter.html
  13. Cheers Big Rat
  14. Yes, they're very good value for money. As you say, not quite 'up there' in terms of grip albeit my ISF is not exactly standard, and they do have a tendency to break grip without any warning when driven hard in the wet. Can't fault them for longevity - I've had them on the car for 2 years now! I'd definitely have them again if it's on a spare set of rims. Cheers
  15. Thanks! These guys sorted the refurb for me (same colour as their 2015 Toyota show car ) http://www.ramotorsport.net/bodyshop.html