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Im currently stripping my 33 GTR back to standard to sell. Parts are to suit the 33 GTR but most to all will also suit the 33 GTST.

Im in Adelaide.

All prices are ONO and are negotiable.

Freight will be at buyers expense on top of written price.

Also if your in Adelaide ill be happy to deliver.

Most items are new and if there not they have traveled less then 1000kms on the car.

I haven’t got around to taking pictures yet but they will be up asap. If you need pictures now let me know and I can get them.

R33 GTR or GTST GREDDY Air Diversion panel

Its Aluminum With Greddy stamped on it.

Brand New still has the blue protective cover on it and in box.


R33 GTR or GTST Plastic Air Diversion panel

This one runs from headlight to headlight. Never seen one like it.

Needs a bit of work to get perfect but looks to fit ok.


R33 GTR or GTST Carbon GTR end caps.

To suit the R33 GTR wings.

Brand new still in the packet.

Hard to get I believe


R33 GTR or GTST N1 Carbon Wing Blade

Used but in excellent condition. No cracks or sun fading etc.

Light as a feather.

Only on my car a short time.


R33 GTR (unsure if it can be cut to GTST) Blank Key

Uncut still in box. Perfect condition.

Genuine GTR key


GTR Plenum

Standered GTR Plenum

Bare. Perfect


Jun Cam Gears

Used less then 1000Kms

Wouldnt know they had been used.


$375 pair

HKS Boost Gauge

Mechanical. White Faced.

Lights up green. Comes with cup


HKS pods

Twin Pods. And Ali fitment

In excellent Condition.


GTR intake pipe




Standered two.

Excellent condition


All prices neg!

PM me


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