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R34 GTR Parts


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I'm after a right hand front brake duct (black plastic which fits behind lower ducts in front spoiler), lower front spoiler lip and a V-spec undertray to suit an R34 GTR.

I'm also after a set or even odd R34 GTR wheels.

Would anyone have these lying about or recommend where I might pick them up?

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thanks

Andrew

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Thanks for your post YLWGTR2,

I will take a picture and post if I can. My car has one of these ducts fitted to the left hand side where it seems to be missing on the right (its a non-V spec R34 GTR). It covers the back of the vent in the bumper extension and actually directs the air through it in two directions - one at the brakes and one at the actual tyre.

On the right hand side you can see daylight though the vent so I assume the duct behind it is missing. I can see the bolt holes in the bumper extension where it would bolt on the RH side also.

Does you know if a V-Spec undertray will fit on the non-V-spec front bar?

Thanks for your help.

regards

Andrew

andrew....do u have a picture on this???I have been through the Nissan parts CD i have and has no such part....even in my Factory brochure i can see any and my car doesnt have any either...i always wondered about these things
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