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just traded in my 05 Audi S4 on the most amazing car I've ever owned. Can't wait to open her up. Book says wait 600 miles but Lexus techs said no break in period. Oh, how do you find out what production number you have? Thanks and I look forward to chatting with you folks!
 

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just traded in my 05 Audi S4 on the most amazing car I've ever owned. Can't wait to open her up. Book says wait 600 miles but Lexus techs said no break in period. Oh, how do you find out what production number you have? Thanks and I look forward to chatting with you folks!
CONGRATULATIONS! You have picked one of the most attractive colors in the ISF. A very wise choice that you'll never regret. The Sport mode is awesome, it's just something you can't really explain to others unless they are sitting in the passenger seat and holding on. It makes you feel like are race car driver and is tempting to use it all the time. Yesterday, I drove a 350 loner from Lexus and felt depressed when I stepped on the gas. I couldn't wait to get my ISF back from being serviced. BTW, the IPOD is really a neat feature...... But lately, it's just been great listening to the tune of the exhaust diffusers. Good luck whith your new ride!
 

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Congrats on the Purchase of the IS-F !!!

As far as production number's, look at your VIN number. They are built in one location, so if you look at the last 6 number's, you will know what your production number is...

I'm driving # 230 rightnow :)
 

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Congrats on your IS-F. It indeed is a fun car to drive!

Some say "drive it like you stole it", while others say to follow the 600 mile rule. No matter which camp you are in I think most would agree that using the crusie control during the first 600 miles is a bad thing. My advice would be to take time to learn the cars habits, braking, steering etc, before really playing with the manual options. Both the Sport mode and the manual mode elevate the car to new heights and a greatly increased fun factor!
 

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I agree 100% !! NO cruise control !!! But drive it like you are going to drive it. No point of shocking it later. Might as well get everything used to your driving....
 

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This car is build like a tank I don't think it will matter how you drive it personally.
 
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