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Hi folks, Just thought I would say hi to you all, I've been in love with the S15 for a long long time and hopefully will chop my IS200 in and pick one up in the near future :p
 
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Greetings. Just take it easy when you get the s15 as they can be a handful, but very rewarding to drive :)
 
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Haha so I see, pics of my current IS can be found at - http://s44.photobucket.com/albums/f5/Dan_Harris/ the list of mods at current are - JDM imported headlights with HID's/Japbox exhaust/Lexus LE wheels in anthracite/TTE front bumper/Laser geometry allignment by Wheels-In-Motion.

I would love a S15, what's insurance/tax going to be like for me at 22? The IS is really cheap to insure which was one of my draw points.
 

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Depends how cheap you think cheap is.

Im 23, 3 years NCB, no convictions or accidents.

Mods: 18" wheels, full set of alignment arms, subframe locking collars, fully adjustable coilovers, nismo diff, tublar manifold and turbo elbow.

Best Ive found so far is £750 fully comp for 12 months with Adrian Flux, which I dont think is too bad for the car :D

Going to keep hunting until beginning of October so Ill let you know if I find anything cheaper.
 
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that's not too shabby at all Darren,

I'm 22 with 0 no claims, as stated i have a IS200 sport with all mods declared (wheels/bodykit/exhaust) and paying £780 full comp with insurance to drive any car with Bell insurance. Do you know what group the S15 falls into? I have previously done quotes on a S14 which came out pretty good was wandering how similar that would be?
 
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TBH I think the S15 worked out cheaper than the S14, especially when you consider its more powerful than the S14 I had previous (all be it a road legal race/drift car) :)
 
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Sky wanted £1k (after initially £1500! :eek: ), and A Plan £700 with instalments and protected NCB, all mods declared :). Flux werent far behind, (literally a few £ ) but didnt offer me the Protected NCB.
 

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Mine was £630 with Sky. All mods, protected NCB and Agreed Value if I'd taken it (had it previous years). No other insurer did AVs on S15s.
 
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awesome really appreciate the advice guys, I'm so tempted to chop the Lex in for a S15, found a couple of stunning examples for the 80-10k mark, there's one in particular with a carbon lower lip that I can't seem to find anywhere think it's one of pro-drift's cars.
 

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yeh its the pro drift one...

mines up for sale if ur intrested....just got 6months tax and 12months mot for it aswell....
 
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Mines £500 fully comp + NCB with everything decalred woth A-Plan ;)

Matt - assume its your lack of driving skills that makes yours more expensive considering your like grandad years old ?
 
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