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Show Us Your Motors!

Discussion in 'Motors' started by Lopéz, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. naefeart

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jul 26, 2004

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    Location: Aberdeen

    Wow, PASM does sound amazing then. I'll have to get it on the next one. I believe the boxster ride is slightly more 'relaxed' anyway, sounds like you have the perfect setup. Haha I used my heated wheel this morning and it went from zero to hero! Will def tick that box too on the next one.

    Thank you for your comment re my wheels. They weren't my first choice and I thought they looked odd in pictures (too busy?) perhaps its the wheel vs sidewall ratio, but in person they are lovely :cool:
     
  2. Dis86

    Capodecina

    Joined: Dec 23, 2011

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    Location: Northern England

    Out of curiosity, what's the paint condition on yours like near the side intakes? Mine is pretty heavily stonechipped and I'm considering having it repaired.
     
  3. Axeboy

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    Joined: Nov 13, 2002

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    My ISF in Japan, looking decent with no issues thankfully, will have to be patient till it arrives in 6 weeks or something

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  4. arfoll

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jan 25, 2011

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    Oh that looks awesome! Lots of jealousy.

    Is it just me or does the rear wheel look a bit low in the rear arches compared to the front?
     
  5. acemastr

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    Location: Tampa, Florida

    Can you not buy those in the UK?
     
  6. geekman

    Mobster

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    Location: Monterrey, Mexico

    You can, but an example from Japan is likely to be in far better condition.
     
  7. Dis86

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    Location: Northern England

    Worrying since this one has clear damage to the front bumper and possibly the wheel arch!
     
  8. Axeboy

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    Back arch is fine, nothing wrong with it

    Importing it as I enjoy doing the process and have a long list to work through. Looking forward to it.
     
  9. Dis86

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    Front arch.
     
  10. Axeboy

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    It has nothing wrong with the front arch, I assume photos are playing up here :)

    You meaning the slight scratch at the bottom of the bumper?
     
  11. Dis86

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    Yes and no, middle of the arch for the damage, scratch on the bumper is defo a scratch though!. Could just be a dodgy reflection for the arch!
     
  12. Axeboy

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    Yeah, its just a reflection :)

    I have over a 100 photos and some movies and I did check just in case. The bird cack annoys me though :p
     
  13. Dis86

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    Lol, aye it would annoy me too but nowt you can do with that one i'm afraid :p
     
  14. naefeart

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    Lies:p
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    Gone as of this week and will be missed :(Axeboy, as your kinda local, if you need some genuine parts you should look me up on the Lexus owners forum.

    Dis - actually I'd don't have any marks at all. Now I think about it, I am rather surprised.
     
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  15. Axeboy

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    How you finding it?

    edit: Awww, hope you are replacing with something exciting?

    I was a member before on the Lexus club when I had my GS300 a while back. I'll get back into the club a bit more once it actually arrives. Likely do something with the intake and exhaust just for a little more aural pleasure. I'll wait till it arrives first to check whats been done or not (not expecting anything)
     
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  16. naefeart

    Wise Guy

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    Look 2 pages back ;)

    The Lexus was one of the best cars I've ever had. Went like a rocket, was very comfortable and was built like a tank. Plus just look at the colour. I would have kept it if I could, but my needs are different now and an opportunity came out of the blue that was too good to overlook.

    You will enjoy yours when it comes.
     
  17. crinkleshoes

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    Location: London, McLaren or Radical

    That’s not an M3, WTF?
     
  18. Conscript

    Sgarrista

    Joined: Oct 18, 2004

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    Location: Kent

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  19. SarGara

    Hitman

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    Woah i recognize that location! Is Derek @ PacificCoastAuto sorting this for you, will there be a youtube vid walk around?
     
  20. Vita

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    Thought the same lol.