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Search Advanced…. Log in. Trending Search forums. What's new. New posts Latest activity. Lexus IS vs. Thread starter gar Start date Jul 30, Sidebar Sidebar. Forums Social The Garage. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Previous Next. Mar 25, 1, 0 0. Trying to decide between the two. I guess the main difference is the larger engine in the is hp to hp.

The interior and exterior seem to be the same for the most part. I've heard from a few that the is considered a "ladies" car. Any thoughts? Cal Diamond Member. May 6, 5, 7 Get both, help out the economy.

Feb 17, 8, 2 My IS is due for an oil change soon, problem is, there are lots of different grades that people seem to use for this car, and i want to know which you guys use AND which one would be best in my car. Do less than 2K driving a year - all local.

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Dealer i go to for service Lexus of Sutherland use 10W30 semi synthetic Castrol or you can pay extra for 5W40 full synthetic. So based on that when i book my car in for a service I've been supplying my own 5W30 full synthetic oil.

Been using either Castrol Edge or Nulon. Due to the kms. What annoys me about buying oils is that most of them are all sold in 5ltr qty, and every recent car ive own takes over 6 liters for a chance so you can never get the job done with just the price of one bottle of oil.

If you look in your service manual I'm sure it says for a car being driven under severe operating conditions,which i believe yours is they recommend 6 month oil and filter changes.

Just buy 2x 5ltrs then you have extra next oil change supercheap have 6ltrs Penrite 6. My driving habits fall under 'severe'? I've got my eye set on Mobil 1.

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Toyota Genuine oil is apparelty rebranded Mobil I know it sounds strange so i'd suggest you talk to whoever services your car and see what they think. Changing oil and filter every 6 mths. I've never heard of engine damage from too frequent oil and filter changes. Most dealership service depts. Only if you ask and pay more do you get full synthetic. I change the oil and filter myself in between 12 mth.

The fact that it is rarely driven does not automatically place the car into "severe use" category. What does, are frequent short drives that most of us do every day where the engine doesn't really get to warm up properly or for long. The ISF uses around 9. And no you cannot do any harm to an engine from too frequent oil changes - the more the merrier basically Honestly, toyota were going to throw some semi-synthetic 10w30 oil in my baby with not only 60K on the clock!

Thats blasphemy! Anyway, i'm going to go with anot sure what brand, the best deal i guess, but what is everyones opinion on oil filters? Yes and yes. That's all you need. You can see the new o ring in the photo.

You may also need an oil filter canister tool to remove the old filter. Supercheap Auto have recently started a huge oil campaign along with the Mighty Car Mods team, and all their oils are on sale. Oh nice, i'll check them out. I've always liked Penrite, but I need an Trying to follow the manual as closely as possible. I wonder if mobil 1 is on sale So Mobil 1 is not part of the sale.

Personally i wouldn't touch Gulf Western but the other 3 brands are perfectly fine.Just wondering if anyone has had their's done and if so what sort of cost is involved. Hey mate, did you get this done? I've got the same car and looking like I will need to do this too as I just keep paying for professionals to tell me its fixed when it's not. Yeah, Just had my transmission refurbished. I cant remember exactly what they said but my front pump seal and torque converter was completely gone.

I sent mine to pringles in North Melbourne. Because my mechanic was close with the business I got it at trade cost which i assume is the same as normal just without price mark up for parts.

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IS Thread starter Corey Start date Apr 1, Messages 3 Reaction score 3. This is a really simple question, but I can't seem to find a difference! Can anyone tell me if there is a noticeable difference inside and out between the turbo and the ?

Besides the badges? I can't seem to notice a difference, and this makes sense as to why t owners prefer to remove the badges after buying them, because it's a little embarrassing to be driving around in a hp turbo that goes in forever.

Just my opinion. Bulldog 1 Follower. Messages Reaction score There should be no discernible difference other than the badging from a visible standpoint. Point well taken. Like buying a sports car with the 4-cylinder Camaro, Mustang option. It's a shame though. If I own a I want people to know it's a and not a t!

And it's the same thing with the RC t and Listen for the sound of the Gerbils spooling up the turbo. Messages 1, Reaction score 1, I prefer hamsters over gerbils myself.Meeting up and checking out other members Lexus is one of the best things about being in a car club. Australian Memebrs can arrange meets here. Want to chat about things none Lexus related?

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It helps to shop around with all the main insurance companies and calculate using the flexi premium tool to find the ideal balance of additional excess and annual premium, there is a sweet spot where if you gone beyond it, you are paying more on excess with little reward on reducing annual fees further. Not wrong. I've tried iPhone 4's and later, but they don't work.Meeting up and checking out other members Lexus is one of the best things about being in a car club.

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Thanks Jaylexen for your reply Have you changed brake fluids for track duties? Look What I Saw Today. Cool and if are wheels good in wokr?

I think you should write review about it at essaywriter. You are correct in saying the premium algorithm differs for everyone with large variances in premiums. It helps to shop around with all the main insurance companies and calculate using the flexi premium tool to find the ideal balance of additional excess and annual premium, there is a sweet spot where if you gone beyond it, you are paying more on excess with little reward on reducing annual fees further.


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