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Hello all :ermm: wanta get rid of some gear outa my shed so...

**BRAND NEW** Tomei adjustable cam gear (intake) to suit RB26/20 - $200

** HKS Cams ** 256/264 duration, 8.8/9.0mm lift, intake/exhaust, suit R33 GTS-t - Near new $900 firm

** EXTREME Clutch ** H/D clutch & flywheel 75% wear left on it, suit R33 GTS - $250

R33 GTS-t plenum - $100

R33 GTS-t cross-over pipe & bov - $50

R33 GTS-t dump pipe - $30

R33 GTS-t standard cams - $150

GTR standard cams - $200

R33 GTS-t drivers seat -$150

R33 GTS-t lowered H/D springs(x4) - $50

R33 GTS-t Monza H/D shocks(x4) 1 shock damaged - $50

Sony 10" sub(x2), fairly old but in good working order - $50each

Sub boxes, 3 different types all to suit 10" subs - $80 each

pics will be posted soon!

most prices are negotiable so make me an offer if you’re interested in anything

You can contact me via PM

Im in Tassie also

:D

-Luke

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