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    Lexus LX470, 996 Turbo, 335i
  1. Not to go too OT, but I thought that it was illegal in CA to have anything attached to your windshield (radar detector, GPS, Sat radio, etc.) Any mention of that by the officer? Ed
  2. I had a PPI done on a 2003 Turbo yesterday. The work was done by the folks at Kahlers in the SF East Bay area. I received a verbal "the car is great" on the phone at which time I then authorized a compression test. When I asked about overrev information, the person said he didn't have that handy but would call me back with it. After the compression test was done I received a call indicating that the results were excellent at 185 on all cylinders but when I asked about the overrevs again he said that there were no issues at all on the report. Their full report (17-page fax) is attached. The
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