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 Lexus Is200 Manual Conversion [fs][aus]
caliente200
  Posted: Apr 3 2012, 12:56 PM


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Hey Guys,

I purchased some time ago when i first bought my car a Manual conversion but because the car is going this is left over and unused.

Purchased from Peanut after he did hish 3s conversion.

So below is what you get

- J160 Gearbox - 6 speed w/ rear gearbox mount
- flyhweel
- drive shaft
- flex plate
- gearknob
- front gearbox bracket
- gearstick trim
- clutch plate & pressure plate
- clutch pedal mechanism
- brake pedal mechanism
- brake booster
- clutch booster
- clutch line
- ground wire
- manual cluster
- switch trim as the auto positions the snow, and ect near the gear stick and in manual you lose the ect but the snow switch goes next to the Traction control swtich.

Location: Penrith, NSW
Price: $1200.
Postage: interstate postage can be arranged and i can deliver to the sydey area personally,
Contact: Please text me 0422786072 or do it to prompt me to check here smile.gif

SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY

note:
1)You will need, you will need to fit a new clutch and brake pedal cover from lexus, these are the exact same as whats fitted to the toyota sportivo and will set you back $53 each as per Parramatta lexus quoted P/N: 31321-53010

2) wiring, unfortunetly im not expert in this field and from myself asking questions to fellow members, it was a case of having the cmputer believe the car is in neutral, i can only sugest more research can be done before you choose to buy this, i will provide all my notes on the subject to the buyer.

3) flywheel will need a machined due to weathering, even though all parts have been in inside dry storage,

4) bolts- most of the items have the bolts already attached, and for ones i dont have have you will that when your pulling the items off your car they will be there, and for any that you find you dont have i can only suggest using manuals or toyodiy.com as a guide.

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vimo
Posted: Apr 3 2012, 11:41 PM


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will this work with an IS300 as well?
Tezz-Winnie
Posted: Apr 4 2012, 09:31 AM


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No vimo, not at all champ
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Posted: Apr 4 2012, 11:35 PM


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caliente200
Posted: Apr 5 2012, 05:45 PM


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and im sad.gif sad.gif


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jdm.racing
Posted: Apr 12 2012, 09:05 PM


dumped IS200 :D


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just another note.

if this flywheel is stock which im guessing it is, you cant machine them because they're dual mass. u could clean it up with sand paper but if you have a few bucks to spare get a light weight solid flywheel

cheers josh
Tezz-Winnie
Posted: Apr 13 2012, 12:47 AM


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Correction, you can machine them. Its truely a bandaid solution and you should replace them on sight but if moneys tight you can resurface them, I cant remmember who on these forums does it but I know someone has :\
JTMILLER
Posted: Apr 13 2012, 03:31 AM


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Lexus of Adelaide resurfaced my flywheel, its been going fine for 75,000km since then so its doable...


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Premature acceleration can lead to catastrophic outcomes.
caliente200
Posted: Apr 18 2012, 04:28 PM


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BUMP!! would like this to go soon if not ope to offer ofr parting it out!@?!@!@!


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jdm.racing
Posted: Apr 18 2012, 07:05 PM


dumped IS200 :D


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well i meant its not really recomended but its good to know its possible.

a mate from work might be keen so see what happens
caliente200
Posted: Apr 26 2012, 05:11 PM


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No worries let me know might be able to work something out cause id like to see it go sooner then later


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Abaddon
Posted: May 7 2012, 11:50 PM


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If you decide to part out i'll take the pedals, clutch master and trim bits.

Putting getrag into my IS300.
caliente200
Posted: May 15 2012, 05:29 PM


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QUOTE (Abaddon @ May 7 2012, 11:50 AM)
If you decide to part out i'll take the pedals, clutch master and trim bits.

Putting getrag into my IS300.

you would need brake master too?


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Abaddon
Posted: May 15 2012, 10:53 PM


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QUOTE (caliente200 @ May 15 2012, 05:29 AM)
QUOTE (Abaddon @ May 7 2012, 11:50 AM)
If you decide to part out i'll take the pedals, clutch master and trim bits.

Putting getrag into my IS300.

you would need brake master too?

Nope... as far as I could see in the EPC, for the brake side its just the pedal itself and foot pad that's different... the hinge under the dash is the same part number.

I don't need the clutch lines as the master is on the passenger side on the getrag so I will run an aftermarket braided one.

For the interior trim bits, I need the leather shifter boot and the rubber sound deadening boot.

Abaddon
Posted: May 18 2012, 09:43 PM


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Have you posted the box on the toymods forums?.. those 1G and 18RG celica guys would fall over themselves for a J160.

But they wouldn't want the pedals and trim smile.gif

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