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I got Crystal White RWD. Black interior. I installed aftermarket HID kit

2006 Crystal White IS250
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I got Crystal White RWD. Black interior. I installed aftermarket HID kit
what kind? got any pics?
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IS250 Manual white on black with yellow fogs and tints, so far.
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just got mine last night. tungsten pearl with black interior RWD base model...manual tranny
Love it already. super happy with my purchase.
can't wait for someone to chip it.

Rayunited~ who did your hid and what power? I really want one on mine.

onihc ~ did you change the fog color yourself?
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^^ i think that the stock color is way more classy than yellow. the yellow is too toyota. Nice but i dont find it classy. but to each his own.
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Stock looks like every other car out there. To me, yellow fogs is what makes Lexus so distinctive and different than other manufacturers. Everytime I see a car with yellow fogs it's always a Lexus. Love the yellow =)
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Got my IS250 RWD in December.
Glacier/Sterling 18' wheels
All stock for now.

-Happy driver


2007 Glacier Frost Navi 250 RWD
all stock...it's a lease
I am the dealer...

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onihc ~ did you change the fog color yourself?
Yes, changed fog light bulbs to aftermarket yellows. I wanted to imitate to look of 1st gen Toyota IS300's and Toyota GS300/400's. I am currently researching for a reliable HID kit with 4300k color. Anyone with have positive experience with aftermarket HIDs?
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on my previous car, i had 8000K hid. it was sure bliss...but i didn't have hi beams.
so I would like to find an aftermarket that has both at 8000K.
please advise if anyone has this...

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I got McCulloch 5000kHID KIT.

2006 Crystal White IS250
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06 Lexus IS 250
- Tungsten Pearl w/ Black Leather (heated & cooled) & Auburn Bird's Eye Maple Accent

- Premium Package with Additional Options:
- Premium Package
- 18-in Alloy Wheels with Summer Tires
- Preferred Accessory Package (includes Cargo net, Trunk mat and Wheel locks)

- 2006 Lexus IS 250
- 2003 Lexus IS 300 (TOTALED)
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I got McCulloch 5000kHID KIT.

thanks for your reply. do you have hi and lo beams?
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low beams only. It works fine.

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06 IS 250 Base Tungsten Pearl with Black Interior.
18" Wheels, 6 Spd Manual Tranny.
Prior to that I had a 2003 C230 Kompressor with sport package and 6 spd manual.
The new IS handles alot better then my C230 K did. Overall I give my props to lexus... However the C230 felt a little more comfortable in everyday driving.
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I have the Black Onyx with the cashmere interior and 18' wheels - and I've tinted the windows and added the OEM spolier. I really am enjoying the ride....

2006 Black Onyx IS250
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