Ok, go through all this and see where the answer is. Plug in "L-Tuned performance". Lots to read here.Chan said:uhhh...you see that button up there...all the letters are in gray except for it, its "Search" nice little feature.
But the L-Tuned IS300 is discontinued. What made it faster were....L-Tuned exhaust and the Rays Engineering wheels which were like 6lbs lighter than the stock 17's.
Hey man, The muffler install can be a real easy install IF you can get the car off the ground. The IS has almost no jack points in the back and is a pain in the ass. Its best to have a lift. Then all you need is a wrench and a little muscle to finesse the exhaust off of the hanger s and back on. My friends just helped me install my Dragger II today. Hope this helps!oniac said:Thanks guys I got your messages. Your IS's are heavily loaded. I just plan to do the intake & exhaust. Can't afford much more than that, have kids & a house payment. Anyway got my 2002 IS E-shift at Park Place Plano, got my previous Lexuses there too but I buy my maintenance parts (filters, etc.) from the Toyota dealers (cheaper). Park Place can order the L-tuned muffler for me, but it costs $800+, might have to order it from Carson Toyota (no tax). The mufler seems to be an easy install, no welding needed just bolts & nuts right ? Is that Prolex intake for $200+ good. Is that the same intake that's used on the Team Lexus IS car ?