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  1. LexFather
  2. redrox5
    07-02-09 10:54 PM
    redrox5
    Hey did you ever figure out if the IS-F rims would fit on a 350 with spacers?
  3. mikemek
    05-07-09 03:58 PM
    mikemek
    Hi i would like to buy the IS350 exhaust including the mufflers, y-pipe, and resonator, please contact me at michaelmekharian@yahoo.com or (818) 618-2814. I am also willing to pay for shipping thank you
  4. tmaung
    03-18-09 09:00 AM
    tmaung
    I am not an expert on this. I think he is just trying to get people to buy his sway bar. He is selling for 70. I think you should go with the FSport. Sewell online is selling for 150 ish when I got mine. There is a reason he himself upgraded to the FSport.

    The car does not oversteer. It was just that I am used to compensating for the understeering. Don't waste your money on his. Do it right and get it while they still sell the AWD one with just the rear. Otherwise, you'll have to end up buying a set which costs near 400 i think.

    Hope that helps.
  5. juice14
    02-02-09 11:25 PM
    juice14
    I was gonna get te potenzas you want, but they were too heavy. I also asked a friend of mine who's had michelin pilot, nitto, pirelli and bridgestone and he said the T1r are cheaper and better. dont get fooled by how much they cost. dont get me wrong im sure michelin makes great tires, but they are expensive. wereas the T1r;s are just as good, maybe even better, for less money.
  6. IS350JDM
    02-02-09 08:14 PM
    IS350JDM
    I know T1R's come in every size under the rainbow, and the Advan's are the same as the Poles, only 235/35R19 and 245/35R19. So, out of these 2 choices, I'd rather go with the Potenzas. I'll have to think about it some more. Argh!! lol thanks.
  7. juice14
    01-30-09 07:24 AM
    juice14
    I have 275/35/19 on the rear.
    It depends on how low are you, or will be. If you have coil overs you can pretty much do anything. I think 235/35 in the front are perfect, thats what i put on mine and love it. On the rear, 245/35 might look a liiittle streched. if you are lowered on something like coils or 1.5" lower than stock it will look fine.
    In my opinion, the 255/35 will look better than the 245/35, but I like beeffy set ups, some people like "streched tire" look which only looks good if you have no fender gap at all. so it all depends if you like streched or not.
    Ive never had te potenza RE050a, but im sure they are good form what people say. why dont you try something just as good like the Toyo T1r, or the Yokohamas? they might have the size you want.
  8. IS350JDM
    01-29-09 10:56 PM
    IS350JDM
    Hey Juice, what size rear tire's are you running now?

    I'm still stuck in a dilemma with those F-Sports. They are 19x8 f and 19x9 r, and the tires I really want (Potenza RE050a Pole Positions) only come in 235/35 f and 245/35. What do you think about this set up? Thanks.

    Victor

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    IS350: Intake, Midpipe, Axle-back exhaust, 19" wheels, Coilovers, Sway Bars, Headers coming soon, 5% Tint all around

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