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Wtb: R32 Gtr Rb26dett Sump/xfer Case; Itb's/plenum


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Hey guys

I'm chasing a full 4WD sump/front diff/etc assembly from an r32 GTR. I figured someone may have one kicking around if (for example) they have dropped an rb26 into their RWD GTS-t or similar.

Anyway, if you're looking to get rid of one for a reasonable price, shoot me a txt or give me a call on 0415 838 790 (please note I DON'T get to access the forums that often).

I am located in Canberra, and regularly travel to Sydney, so could pick up from either of those places - however anywhere else and would need to talk postage.

NOt in a massive rush, but if you have one to get rid of at a good price let me know.

I would also be interested in the individual throttle setup for an r32 GTR, including the inlet plenum that sits between the itb's and the cylinder head (but NOT the big log-style inlet tank between the intercooler and the itb's, if that makes sense.

AGAIN, please PHONE or TXT, I don't get to access my messages here often.


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