Your soap ain’t this CLEAN! HKS IS350


Sorry for being out of the loop once again…

Been busy with LIFE itself.

I wish I had more time of the day to update my website/blog daily.

Promise to make it up to you guys by posting on a weekly basis.

Ok so as I was lurking through my Facebook today, I came across this wall post from my buddy John from CKS Coilovers.

I couldn’t resist myself from not having to post this up on my website by the end of the day!

I just had to post this HKS IS350 up!

By far one of the sykest 2nd Gen IS built by a non industry company.

Honestly, the Voltex spoiler, the fender flares, and the orange CE’s is what really got my attention.

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Innovation is a hard thing to come by in our communities. Stayin ahead of the curve, and doing something that truly stands out as an original build is almost impossible, yet there are a select few that manage to have a sixth sense on what should come next. Jeremy is one those few. We have known Jeremy for a very long time and each and every project he has built is clearly one of passion and pride. His current project IS350 is no exception. Custom widebody, custom HKS supercharger  and custom HKS Fcon setup are just a few things to give you an idea of the way he thinks. Nothing is ever out of reach. If he can’t find the parts he wants, he makes ones that work. This kind of dedication is rarely seen anymore, but the payoff is obvious. A “one of a kind” Lexus that as long as he owns will always remain ahead of the curve. We are proud to have this car as our first video feature, and look forward to seeing the evolution of this project

2006 Lexus IS350
Owner Jeremy Brittain
Location Raleigh, NC

Engine 3.5L Supercharged 2GR-FSE; HKS GT Supercharger, 3-row front mount intercooler w/hard piping kit; PPE long tube headers; Synapse synchronic blow-off valve; Cusco oil catch can; metallic high-flow cats; 2.75″ custom mid-pipes w/2.5″ Megan Racing drift spec mufflers; ZEX nitrous intercooler spray; GReddy oil cooler; Password:JDM 155mm dry carbon velocity stack

Engine Management HKS F-Con iS w/OSC controller, Twin Power DLI; Brittain Spec jumper harness

Footwork Endless Zeal Function X coilovers; Swift springs 20k f/16k; Tom’s 6-link rear toe links; Sage roll center adjusters; F-Sport rear sub frame brace; JUN-TW tunnel brace; GT Spec front sub frame brace; JIC rear chassis bar

Brakes Rotora 6-pot front calipers w/355mm rotors, rear slotted rotors, stainless lines; Hawk pads

Wheels & Tires 19X9.5″/10.5″ +12 Volk CE28 in VOLK ORANGE; 225/35R19 and 265/30R19 Falken Ziex FK452 tires

Exterior Vertex Digna front lip, side skirts, winglets; Custom Widebody, F-Sport GFX rear; Euro-Tec carbon rear diffuser; Vertex Carbon WIng

Interior Bride Gias Low Max seats; Takata harnesses; Cusco 4-point harness bar; JDM flower shift knob; AEM wideband

Picture of this IS350 can be found here through Super Street’s article <– (CLICK LINK)

 

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5 responses to “Your soap ain’t this CLEAN! HKS IS350

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  4. Hi Jeremy,
    I hope that you still have the OSC running with iS HKS ECU.

    I have iS too installed and running perfect but recently I acquired the OSC box near new
    however it has got harness missing and of course no plugs.

    I could see on your 1st page picture of this thread nice wires on connectors to the OSC
    but in low resolution.

    Is it possible that you provide a few pictures with higher resolution of the OSC connectors from
    top row and the bottom row of pins and also the other end of the harness where the wires are
    connected to the HKS iS harness or the iS ECU or else.
    I can then built the harness from the pictures and hope to run the OSC box with iS ECU.

    If its possible could you email the picture and if you have any connection diagram of the OSC box.

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