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more info bro

what type manifold

what type dump pipe

what type wastegate

How long was it on the car,Did he buy it new or is it second hand?

Pictures? sounds like you have them mate so post them up.

Im not a intrested buyer but just posting up with little to no info and asking for 6g is a bit tuff for buyers mate.

Good luck with your sale tho bro they are a great turbo if your chasing power on a built motor.

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more info bro

what type manifold

what type dump pipe

what type wastegate

How long was it on the car,Did he buy it new or is it second hand?

Pictures? sounds like you have them mate so post them up.

Im not a intrested buyer but just posting up with little to no info and asking for 6g is a bit tuff for buyers mate.

Good luck with your sale tho bro they are a great turbo if your chasing power on a built motor.

ahh im a bit lazy arent i, its not mine as im posting for a mate.

ok all the gear is HKS

hks T51R SLP BB turbo

hks manifold

hks dump

hks 62mm waste gate

info on the car is, well it was built by hks japan, ran a 9.13 and 157mph, this run is also on youtube, ill grab the link and post it up! with photos of the turbo kit.

the ecu alone is 5G brand new and the turbo kit is 8G brand new so its not bad value

the owner is selling as he is buying a much bigger turbo aiming for more power.

hope this helps, photos and youtube link posted sortly!

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