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Rb20t engine/cater rods/r32exh/gtr cooler plus

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Have a few things left for sale

new alloy rose jointed adjustable caster rods to suit all skylines, $250

R32 exhaust with 3'' high flow cat converter and 3'' pipe and stainless muffler, all very good conditon and not overly loud, $650 inc fitting in adelaide

can sell as a cat back for $450

complete rb20, comes with inlet and exh manifold, injectors, coils, cas, throttlebodywith tps, no wiring or turbo can inc p/s pump and air cond condenser as well**make an offer around $600 may seperate, done 100k but appears to be in good condition

set of rb25 injectors $100

Trust copy fibreglass front bar for r32, some minor damage $200

R32 gtst bonnet, very good condition in burgendy $100ono

Alloy GT wing black,with twin blades, adjustable $150

Blitz stainless manifold suit rb20/25, low mount turbo with the runners over the top, r31gtsr style, vgood condition, has pipe for external gate and t2 flange but these can easily be changed $650

R32 GTR cooler in very good condition, still painted black, $500 firm

avs 16x8 wheels, powdercoated black and fitted with new dunlop sp sport 9000 tyres and have only done 100kms since, only selling as i have pulled my car apart and fitting new eng etc will not be on the road for 6months, looking for $1500, may sell two wheels/tyres seperately.

email [email protected] for pics of items

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