dman2004

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About dman2004

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  • First Name
    Divy
  • Gender
    Male
  • Lexus Model
    ISF
  • Year of Lexus
    2012
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Essex
  • Interests
    Motorsport & Racing

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  1. Aviva, by far the cheapest (for me). Only been driving/had my license for 3 years, went from a 1.5 Honda civic to the ISF. Insurance is cheaper than the 1.5 Honda LOL. Mods are sometimes free to add on i.e. my muffler delete.
  2. Thank you Scott for the pictures! Looks better than OEM. Have you noticed any difference in sound?
  3. Let us know the difference it makes and how much did it set you back?
  4. I've seen the car go past in nearby areas, glad you told him to join!
  5. The RCF brakes are grooved not drilled and are larger in diameter so different to ISF. EuroCP don't do brakes for the RCF - Try lexuspartsdirect for prices: https://www.lexuspartsdirect.co.uk/parts/category/lexus-rc-f/lexus-rc-f-2014-onwards/lexus-rc-f-brakes-transmission/
  6. Full 60k Service is £920 but with your gold membership you can get 10-15% off iirc. Double check the brake disks and pads as they can add up. Check for any leaks, anything that looks out of the ordinary, panel gaps, colour differences, correct and same brand tyres on each axle.
  7. Just saw a Red ISF driving around in the "Ilford" area. Anyone on here? #Fly
  8. IIRC there's about 8 '12 models. My13 are very rare!
  9. I don't think insurance were involved - the description says "unrecorded and will not be recorded". Red flags everywhere!
  10. I've just tapped mine, sounds like metal. Cold to the touch too. '12 ISF
  11. Just saw this on the US Lex forums and I'm impressed!
  12. Got both front headlights replaced under warranty, however started noticing gaps under the headlights where the front bumper connects. Not sure if they were there before but could someone post a front view of their ISF OEM headlight please?
  13. Thank you mate. Very easy! Spray twice per panel (depending on size) and dry it as normal. I've done the wheels too but I sprayed the towel. I get a lot less brakedust sticking to the wheels, pressure wash the rest and it comes off without scrubbing.