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Mantas88

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  • First Name
    Mantas
  • Gender
    Male
  • Lexus Model
    ISF
  • Year of Lexus
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Armagh
  • Interests
    General Automotive
    Motorsport & Racing
    Car Modification
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  1. Hello guys, Unfortunately conditions on the roads in Northern Ireland forced me to replace my beloved OEM alloys to the aftermarket ones. Sorry to be nuisance, but I am still quite a newbie when it comes to aftermarket wheels sizes and for the life of me - I couldn't find anyone fitting similar set of wheels or measurements.. Alloy shop said it should be OK for my car.. Would these below fit my bone stock ISF? ET35 sounds like very strange offset for rears.. Will I need to have spacers? JR Wheels JR11 19x8,5 ET40 5x112/114,3 Bronze JR Wheels JR11 19x9,5 E
  2. Wow! Amazing MPG there. I've went to from Northern Ireland to Lithuania with average of 21 mpg and I thought it was brilliant ๐Ÿ˜‚ But then again, I've lit up autobahn in Germany and I was pretty heavy on pedal all the way from there.
  3. My ISF and F30 ๐Ÿ™‚ Both of them were my dream cars when I was younger.
  4. He must know that you keep your car in a pristine condition and also that mileage is very sweet ๐Ÿ™‚
  5. Thank you guys. I got original ones welded and the mount fixed. @4969_LXS thanks for the advice, I will definitely look for exhaust upgrade at some stage, I find OEM exhaust to be tad bit mild for my taste and would love to have less restrictive system.
  6. It seems that transport company hooked a rachet strap on the left assembly and it streched out the poor sod. Hanging lower than on me granny. Hence why tips fell off and I can't even get them aligned. The mesh is warped as well. No wonder tips fell off when I've picked the car. Can anyone recommend me a place where I can purchase a replacement? Or maybe kind ISF owners would have one for sale? Cheers
  7. Hello guys, I only had Lexus ISF with me for a day when famous oem quad exhaust tips decides to go airborne. Right before I wanted to take some ISF ***** picks for my private collection. Luckily enough I managed to see them decoupling in my mirror and caught them bastards by their necks. It was a close one, as we were about to get flattened by a truck. I will try to find a welder today and get him to weld all four just in case. It seems that there are like 6 (4 up, 2 down) tiny weld spots on the original tip surely they are ought to give up the ghost at some stage.
  8. Very nice post ๐Ÿ™‚ Congrats on your choice, you probably did some thorough research to choose it over others. I've recently purchased Lexus ISF and I'm a happy man, but before that I've spent more than 5 months looking at cars like Hyundai i30n fastback, MB A35 amg, BMW m140i/m240i, Seat Leon ST 300 and ofcourse Honda Civic Type R. When it came to driving - there was no competition.. Civic is superior to others, I've noticed it on the first corner and even more so when I got further away from prying eyes of Honda dealership ๐Ÿ˜‚ You can absolutely floor it like a madman and expect it to take any be
  9. Hello all! I do hope I won't be a burden for this website. I was long time lurker even before I thought of buying a Lexus. Based in Northern Ireland.
  10. Welcome to Europe's Leading Lexus Club! Please Enjoy!

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