Connor2x4

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About Connor2x4

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  • First Name
    Connor
  • Lexus Model
    LS400
  • Year of Lexus
    1998
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Nottinghamshire

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  1. Connor2x4

    Mk4 LS400

    I'll apologise now for the tapatalk app killing the picture quality but here we go. I got some new exhaust tips put on the back end and got rid of the towing bracket. The rear bumper was also hanging down so tied that back up. I've also now gotten a front table! Sent from the Netherlands Friday and was here the next Monday. How things can travel here over two non working days yet our post system can't even get a letter across a city without it taking a week is beyond me lol. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  2. Indeed it is. If you frequent my build thread over the next few months you may see why :) Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  3. Thank you so much mate appreciate it :) Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  4. So they're 3 inch wide? By depth did you mean from the tip back towards where the standard tailpipe is? And was the 50 1/4inch measurement from the outer edges of each tip? Thanks again :) Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  5. Ah brilliant thank you for that, Is that from the outside edges of each exhaust? Thanks in advance EDIT how wide are the tips themselves? Sorry to be a pain I should have included that in the first post but I forgot, my bad [emoji28]
  6. Would an is250 owner be able to do me a favour? Wondering what the measurements for the rear end Are? Specifically the distance between the exhaust pipes? Hoping someone has some spare time and a tape measure. An exhaust to exhaust measurement from the outer edges would be great. Thanks fellow lex owners! Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  7. Connor2x4

    Calling any is250 owner :)

    Sorry guys wrong forum. Meant to put this in the 2nd gen one. Can be locked or deleted if needed Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  8. Would an is250 owner be able to do me a favour? Wondering what the measurements for the rear end Are? Specifically the distance between the exhaust pipes? Hoping someone has some spare time and a tape measure. An exhaust to exhaust measurement from the outer edges would be great. Thanks fellow lex owners! Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  9. Connor2x4

    Wheel nuts

    Nearly all aftermarket wheels require tapered nuts. Standard nuts are flat washer based Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  10. Connor2x4

    Mk4 LS400

    Rough idle can be many things. Maybe the maf sensor needs cleaning, a vacuum line hasn't been put back on properly etc etc. Your better asking in the dedicated LS forums though. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  11. Connor2x4

    Mk4 LS400

    Rough idle can be many things. Maybe the maf sensor needs cleaning, a vacuum line hasn't been put back on properly etc etc. Your better asking in the dedicated LS forums though. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  12. The hardest part is carefully dissassembling the ashtray unit itself, but if you have patience and take photos as you go so you know how it goes back together you should be okay. Good luck!
  13. This is just a bit of a mishmash of pictures but hopefully you can see what the issue usually is. You need to basically add in a bit of new wire to replace this one. this happened to both my front and rear lighter
  14. Common problem is that there is a small wire on the back that deteriorates. Requires you to take the ashtray unit out to repair Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  15. Connor2x4

    Mk4 LS400

    Have been trying to reply to this for a few days now but it seems the Tapatalk app is no longer working properly on my phone so had to wait for an opportunity to use my laptop. In regards to the above comments, I have two grills in the shed now, one with a silver badge and one with a gold. Not sure if I'd like to put either on yet but at least I have the option 🙂 The other thing to say was that practice definitely makes perfect on a lot of things. the first set of indicators that I removed the orange part from was definitely a learning experience, and from this I have managed to do a second set with much better results, see image below. The bottom set were the first ones, seen by the rubber seal being damaged and being able to see the cuts made. At least the top ones you wouldnt know unless you were getting too close to the car 😉