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Today we present you a tuned Lexus IS 350 F Sport that was photographed by Satbir Randhawa (SlammedEnuff). The car was not refined by a special tuning team, but as far as we know it has been set up by a private tuning enthusiast named "Anh Hoang" (or rather wheels) who used tuning parts from several suppliers. In particular, the built-in RSV Forged Wheels are a welcome change from the ones that are otherwise often built Vossen Wheels. Personally, I always like these tuning conversions best because such a car was usually refined much more individually than a car with a tuning program from only one provider. We know a few details about the tuning and the parts installed on the Lexus IS 350 F Sport. What we have learned we have listed below for you in a summary. Please note, however, that this time we can only make out the details on the basis of the pictures as we have no technical data.
Ps. Even more privately tuned vehicles can be found in ours Selfmade category!
(Photos: Satbir Randhawa - SlammedEnuff)
That's us known More deets:
- darkened windows
- RSV Forged Wheels (metallic red rim star, polished rim base, estimated 19-20 inches)
- large spoiler lip on the boot lid
That's us unknown More deets:
- unknown extreme lowering (coilover suspension, Airride)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- unknown sports exhaust system with blue tails
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos about this car will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course inform you and put the new data online.
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Note: We ask for your understanding if not all tuning details are optimally translated. Sometimes we receive the information about the vehicles in a wide variety of national languages and we have our dear need to conjure up something understandable from it. We are always grateful for corrections, so don't be afraid to share them.