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Stripping a R34 GTR. I have a few items that are for sale.

HKS GTSS Turbos w/HKS Actuators. Excellent condition (Guaranteed). In/Ex fins and shafts have no free play on both turbos. $2,400.00 shipped

ENDLESS 6 Pot Caliper, Rotors, Pads and Brake Lines (Excellent Condition) (Guaranteed) $ 4,000.00 Shipped

PM me if interested.

Cheers!

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Mate I'm interested in the GTSS turbo's but can't pm ya cos I haven't posted more than 10 times yet. How many Km's do you think you've done with those turbo's on the car?

I've also got an R34 and am wanting to know whether I need anything else to put them on like gaskets, bolts or whatever?

Do they fit perfectly on the stock R34 GTR manifolds or should I upgrade the manifold as well?

Any warantee??

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Mate I'm interested in the GTSS turbo's but can't pm ya cos I haven't posted more than 10 times yet. How many Km's do you think you've done with those turbo's on the car?

I've also got an R34 and am wanting to know whether I need anything else to put them on like gaskets, bolts or whatever?

Do they fit perfectly on the stock R34 GTR manifolds or should I upgrade the manifold as well?

Any warantee??

The turbos have seriously low mileage. I cant give u the exact mileage cos i really forgotten on checking my k's when i installed them.. Its less than 4,000kms i assure you. Its not even my next oil change yet. So its really close to new. I cant really give u a warranty on the turbos but if you install and run them in proper pressure/power i can guarantee you those turbos wont disappoint you.

You can use back your stock manifolds with the GTSS turbos.

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