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Hi ISF owners,
I was wondering if anyone with a 7-9 year old ISF has recently had a rolling road BHP test?
If yes what was your BHP?
Was that taken from the crank/flywheel or the wheel/tire?
Ive just had a new short block replaced along with a complete clean and rebuild (paid for by Lexus under my extended warranty 12k cost!!) after my engine was losing loads of oil but upon having a BHP test I am only getting 365 at the crank which is nearly 55 BHP down on what it should be. However Lexus are telling me that is about right for a 8 year old ISF so Im looking to see what others are getting from a 7-9 year old ISF (standard build - i.e. no enhancements)?
Hello peeps. So my replacement battery i had was a Toyota Optifit which tbh im not happy with. Been 18months and its struggling as the days get colder. I bought a Ctek charger which charged it and it was ok for a day and then when i measured it across the terminals i was only getting 11.8v
Can someone who has the original factory fitted battery take a pic for me and if they can find out the spec and part number from the battery please?
Evening LOC Members,
Having now sold my ISF I have a few bits I now have no need for please see below
EBC yellow stuff pads (Front) brand new in box, painted in High temp black to look like OEM pads. £100 + postage
Pair OEM Brembo rear brake discs brand new in boxes £120 + postage
Real Carbon (not wrapped or dipped) Rear wing/spoiler/lip like new GSF. Never fitted but was second hand when bought, couple of small scratches that would polish out, needs new fixing tape. £60 + postage
Can provide pics as required
Need some help and advice gents. So I've had enough of my OEM Bridgestones and wanted to change to the Michelin PS4s tyres all round. I thought I might as well upgrade the sizes from OEM to 245/35/19 fronts and 275/30/19 rears. Got to Costco today after ordering them a few days ago only to be told they refuse to fit them as the are not the manufactures recommended size and it will invalidate your insurance.
1st I've heard something like this as I'm sticking to the correct load and speed rating.
Any advice please? You guys who have upgraded the size told your insurance company?
I have one owner 2002 model in blue with cream interior just over 12000 miles full Lexus Main Dealer History, Cambelt changed and private reg ( CCN70C ) this goes with the vehicle.(cambelt change requirement 100000 miles or 10 years)
4 New Lexus wheels with the rubber 100 miles of use, slight kerbing very slight, may be £ 100 to restore back to new condition.
You will not find a better example, still, has original stickers on the seats, i would describe it as the best example in the UK.a rare find indeed.Engine oil, for example, is the colour of light honey, a
new battery from Lexus.
This model year far less road tax than later models.
Yes, you will find cheaper, however, this car is what I would describe as just about new (one owner) and a sticker price of £54000 in 2002.i may still have the original receipt.,3 sets of keys and all associated paperwork, books and manuals.
Is presently on SORN.
A timeless classic in the making.
60 high definition pictures of this vehicle
i believe only 700 SC 430 is on the register in the UK 3 2002 Models 2 on the road and mine on the SORN.
email me email@example.com and i will send you the photos.
Newcastle upon Tyne.