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Hi all,

I have for sale:

R33 GTSt washer bottle (missing lid) $30

RB26 coil pack badge $30

Nismo engine mounts Part# 11220-RS585 (New) $260

B&M Oil cooler cores x2 (New) $150 each

R33 GTST Series 1 Manual ECU $50

RB26 plenum (Slightly squashed) $150

R33 GTSt air con condenser $50

R33 GTSt coilpacks $60

R33 GTSt O2 sensor $50

R33 GTSt water & air temp sensor $30 each

Nardi horn button $40

Tomei RB26 exhaust manifold gaskets (New) $100

Blitz silicone hose for boost controller $40

N1 Oil pump gears (New) $300

R33 GTSt climate control unit $50

R33 GTSt Nismo clutch pedal bracket $200

Cooloing Pro 3' Silicone hoses (New) $120

RB26 Fuel rail with Nismo FPR $100

R33 GTSt Gates radiator hoses (New) $100

R33 Cooling Pro 40mm radiator (New) $280

R33 GTSt air con compressor $50

R33 GTSt air con compressor accessories $30

R33 GTSt BOV and piping $50

R33 GTSt plenum and throttle body $50

Nismo fuel pressure regulator (New) $180

I am located in Sydney, happy to post interstate at buyers expense.

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