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Hi guys decided to sell my engine clutch power FC and turbos out of my R32 GTR

all these parts are used and only 10K kms old

the engine is a R33 Spec motor with forgies etc

just about to finish it's break in period

specs are

R33 GTR Vspec block with

ACL forged piston

shot pened and nitroed conrods

R33 GTR N1 crank balanced and strenghened

bored and honed block

Rebuilt N1 Turbos 6000kms since rebuilt

ported and polisehd head

After market valves

Adjustable camgears

lightened flywheel

brass valve guides

the cars got more but i cant remember

engines only got 6000km's since rebuild

Rebuild carried by C & B automotive in sevenhills

Turbos are R32 N1 turbos and rebuilt by gcg turbos...

Clutch is a Os giken Triple plate unit.

with heaps of meat left.

power FC has been tuned. to make 305KWatw with 16psi. this was all done with stock fuel system.

i am after 7K cash on top of your stock R32 GTR parts

plz contact me on 0410414307

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