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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-23-2005, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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DSP Lexus For Sale

2004 DSP National Champion Car For Sale

2001 Lexus IS 300 w/ W55 Manual Trans for sale
Best of everything.
Custom Molded Flared Fenders to accomodate 285/30/18 tires
Hardtop roof panel
Lightweight Odyssey Battery w/ custom aluminum box in trunk
Custom aluminum bodied double-adjustable Ground Control Coilovers/Eibach springs
Three way adjustable front and rear swaybars
New TRD pads and Rotors
Motul Brake fluid w/ SS lines
Corbeau Forza seats w/ schroth harnesses
Custom made Centerforce clutch (fresh) and UR aluminum flywheel
UR underdrive pulleys
A/C removed (compressor)
Stereo/Speakers Removed
Rod Millen Intake
XERD header/racepipe
Greddy E-manage piggy back controller
TRD rear spoiler
Limo tint rear glass
Straight pipe exhaust (loud)
TRD exhaust (not so loud)
Custom offset front bushings to achieve up to -4.0 degrees of camber
SSR Competition 18x9.5/10.5 wheels (17-19 lbs)
Engine has 27k miles on it. Synthetics since beginning autocross
As light as you can get a Lexus to (2995 lbs)
Custom fit car cover
Shop Manuals


Vehicle was completely gone through at end of 2004 season. All graphics have been removed and paint repaired and car polished. It is one of the nicest cars you'll see on an autocross course.

The car is ready to go and drive today. Very easy to drive fast. THIS VEHICLE HAS NO TITLE. CANNOT BE REGISTERED FOR THE STREET. WILL BE SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE ONLY.

$20k for car with one set of wheels/ tires

Also available:
Second set of 18" wheels
Rear Differential Carrier with shorter gears
TRD clutch type differential (new)
TRD complete bushing set (new)
Second Centerforce clutch (new)
Parts to convert to Street mod:
Carbon Fiber hood/pins
Stop tech big brake kit
Second set of front fenders with steel flares

Please e-mail me at [email protected] with questions

Reason for selling: going road racing

-Derek
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geez first Brian and now you...i guess i wouldnt really neeed to continue autocrossing if i could go road racing either. what kind of car/class are you planning on running? any chance youll be heading all the way out here to race? if you do let one of us know, id love to come watch and lend a hand in the pits if you need it. anyways, good luck with the season.

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Wish I had $20k layin' around.

If you make it out to the track here let me know I could lend a hand. (I'm always lookin' for an excuse to be there.)

Good luck.

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I was hoping to run an IS 300 in the T3 class. As of now they only allow 2005 models in base form which equates to a sunroof, non-limited slip car for road racing. Not a chance against an RX-8.

For this year I'll be sticking to regional stuff as I get my license and go to a few schools. My immediate plans are to build either an MR2 Spyder for SSB or an S2000 for T2.

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Best of luck to you!!

The spyder has awesome potential, if I wasn't so tall, I would be in one 100%... with a wide body and some good power, those cars are amazing.
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Derek

Hate to see you sell your car, but with the goofy things going on in Solo I don't blame you. Anyway good luck with the sale. I am pretty certain that I will be following in your footsteps next year.

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Here's a link to one photo:
http://www.scca.org/Solo/Solo2.asp?IdS=068B6A-6DE7300&x=050|030&~=

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That's a pretty sick car, man... wish I had the dough.
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Bump - It would cost you over $30k to build! This car is ready to go!

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Derek, is it this one?

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Yep, that's it. Now all the graphics are gone, the wheels match and there's a TRD spoiler on the trunk.

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why not street legal?
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why not street legal?
The suspension and alignment setting and tires aren't good for the street and then there's the little part about no title. You won't be able to register it without that. I had a race car I tried to drive around on the street before, and beleive me it's not something you want to be doing.

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The car is not street legal due to exhaust and intake modifications. There are no cats and the car is too low to drive over a single speed bump. The spring rates will brake your teeth, too.

The primary reason is this is a dedicated race car that is not meant for the street. If the car had a title & could be registered it would be priced $10k higher.

I have over $30k into this car. Most parts had to be built specifically for the car. This stuff aint cheap!

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