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Lexus brings RC F and GS F to SEMA


Attached Image Lexus wants to increase its presence and build up its reputation in the aftermarket scene in America. These two tuned up RC F and GS F which were be shown at the SEMA show should be able to help them.

Attached Image Looking unmistakably Japanese-styled, the GS F, has been lowered with Tein's prototype street advance damper kit and wears Advan Racing's GT premium Gloss Black wheels that cover some mean-looking Brembo 6-pot caliper brakes. A GReddy supreme SP dual system exhaust and an Advanced FlowEngineering Takeda retain intake system will increase the horsepower count and noise level by a bit too.

Attached Image The RC-F on the other hand, gets a slightly wilder look thanks to its Custom RC F Widebody GT Pandem aero kit which includes that huge spoiler at the back. Sporting a custom Evasive Motorsports six point roll cage and some Volk Racing TE-37 wheels, the RC F is one car that looks ready for some track work.

Both are wrapped in 3M's Daily Visual Gloss Burnt Orange.

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