I have a 2007 IS 250 II aut and I think that the original brakes are really not up to the job so I was thinking about upgrading them. Maybe put on the is350s 4 piston caliper and an original size drilled/slotted rotor because I would like to stay on the 17" tires.
What do you think? Will the 350s caliper fit the original size rotor and a 17" wheel? Have any other suggestions?
Could anyone recommend a good brake caliper painting service in London, as my wheel hubs are really rusty now.
Or if anyone in the forum who does this service. And what would be the cost for 4 wheels. I found a few but they were not located in London.
So, I'm shiny brand new into Lexus ownership with my 1997 LS400.
I'm looking for stainless steel braided brake lines to replace the crusty rubber ones currently fitted. I see a lot for 89-92, and then 92-95, but none in the UK that will apparently fit my 97.
I'm not interested in getting bent over at Toyota for rubber hoses (previously I owned a Landcruiser - I'm acutely aware that OEM stuff is pricey).
Where can I get stainless steel braided hoses in the UK, for my 1997 LS400?