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Tai3IS IS250 F Sport Build - Here we go
Compliments of Tai3IS @ www.clublexus.com
Well, here we go. Decided to start my own thread to document this new project. Recently traded in my 2012 Hyundai Azera for a Lexus, a 2014 IS250 F Sport / Nebula Grey with Rioja interior. I've always been known for never leaving anything in stock form and i already can't wait to get started.
Most recent pics:
- SunTek Carbon 30% Window Tint
- 3M Gloss Black Vinyl Wrap on Front Grill Trim
- 3M Gloss Black Vinyl Wrap on Side Window Trim
- 3M Gloss Black Vinyl Wrap on Roof
- Custom Tinted Front and Rear Lexus Emblems
- WeatherTech Digital Fit Floor Liners
- iJDMToy LED Exact Fit 140-SMD Complete Interior Package
- iJDMToy High Power 18-SMD LED Step Courtesy Lights
- Vleds Exterior LED Puddle Lights
- Vleds Interior LED Vanity Mirror Lights
- Vleds Foot Well LED Lights
- Custom White 12" Cold Cathode tube Trunk compartment lights
Suspension / Wheels / Brakes:
- BC Racing Coilovers w/ upgraded 12/10 Swift Springs
- Varrstoen ES2H Wheels 19" Machined Finish (19x8.5 F, 19x9.5 R)
- Custom Machined 8mm billet aluminum hubcentric wheel spacers (front)
- ARP extended wheel studs
- Project MU Type NS brake pads
Here's some pics of what i traded in:
Got the new car at JM Lexus, and I just have to mention that my sales guy Chad Scharmann was amazing. I didn't even plan on getting into a new car, but with the deal that he and the team at JM Lexus put together for me.....I just couldn't pass it up.
Here's when i first laid eyes on the new beauty:
First mod had to be some tint. 30% all the way around. Thanks to the guys at Wilson Window Tinting in Margate, FL.
As much as i have tried going fish bowl here in South Florida, I just can't do it.
And even though our weather isn't the greatest this weekend, i still had to give the car her first initial wax, polish, and sealant treatment. I do this to every new car i get. It just helps maintaining clean status so much easier.
Pics from after the detailing (sorry for the crappy cell phone pics):