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Hey guys, i found a fair bit of stuff lying around in the garage which i don't need anymore so it's up for grabs.

I'm located in Baulkham Hills.

Item 1: OEM R33 RB25 Exhaust cam gear

Reason for sale: replaced with adjustable item

Info: good condition, as removed

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/1.jpg

Price: $25

Item 2: OEM R33 RB25 Fuel pump

Reason for sale: replaced with walbro high flow pump

Info: good working condition, wasn't confident in its ability to cope with >200rwkW

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/2.jpg

Price: $50

Item 3: Turbosmart Type II adjustable BOV

Reason for sale: car came with it, replaced with stock item

Info: fine working condition, few scratches, flange bolts straight onto factory RB25 BOV mount

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/3.jpg

Price: $100

Item 4: SOLD

Item 5: K&N Pod Filter with adapter to suit RB25 AFM

Reason for sale: cheap Apex'i filter came along, couldn't resist

Info: good condition, used for approximately 10,000km

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/5.jpg

Price: $50

Item 6: 6x OEM RB25 (Series 1) Coilpacks

Reason for sale: started misfiring, replaced with Splitfire coils

Info: definitely misfiring, could look through and find which ones are/aren't and re-use them or just tape them up

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/6.jpg

Price: $100 for the set

Item 7: SOLD

Item 8: Hertz 12" Subwoofer in ported, carpeted box

Reason for sale: amplifier playing up, no interest in replacing it therefore no use for subwoofer

Info: 350W RMS, 700W Peak, works perfect, never run hard

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/8.jpg

Price: $100

Item 9: Jaycar 2x150WRMS amplifier (old model)

Reason for sale: playing up

Info: works fine for a while, then starts popping and generating noise through one terminal only, haven't taken it apart completely but board seems fine

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/9a.jpg, http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/9b.jpg

Price: $50

Item 10: VDO SSP1711 165mm Dual Cone speakers

Reason for sale: bought for dad, unwanted

Info: 35W RMS, 140W Peak, come with untouched grille, cabling and box, one speaker develops slight buzzing at reasonable volume and low frequency only

Photo: http://members.optusnet.com.au/govich/sale/91.jpg

Price: $50

Prefer pickup for all items, especially the sub. Pickup is available from Baulkham Hills, Repco at either Artarmon or North Parramatta, or UNSW, depending on timing.

Cheers

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Do you have a model number the the Sub?

Hertz HS300. Single voice coil, 4ohm, 350W RMS.

I'll take item #7 Breather pipe if it fits on a R34 GTT.

Where u located?

See end of the first post. Baulkham Hills/UNSW/Repco Artarmon or North Parra. PM me with details of when you want to meet, i'm happy for you to come and compare the two pipes.

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