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**for Sale Chromed T3 Rb20det**


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Hi guys,

I am selling my RB20DET T3 that i bought, as i no longer hav the funds to build the motor i was going to get done.

So here goes, details are:

Specs-

Nissan 16V10 T3

-Ceramic Turbine

-Water & Oil Cooled

-Chrome compressor housing

Can handle upto 1 Bar (14.7PSi) of boost

Great for bolt on modifications

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Sizes (Approx)-

60mm Compressor Wheel Trim

50mm Air Intake Diameter

60mm Turbine Wheel Trim

40mm Turbine Exhaust Diameter

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History-

I bought this turbo for my RB30ET in my vl as a project.

Its from a R32 RB20DET Gts-T Skyline.

After dismantling and cleaning out the COMPLETE turbo, the compressor housing was professionally chromed (worth $100+) to help dissipate heat and for the impressive finish =D

Unit has very little shaft play. As you can see the shaft is clean and strong

No cracks in the turbocharger what so ever.

(Wastegate actuator removed for picture purposes only)

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Turbo & Wastegate Actuator only. Sold As is.

Turbo is in excellent condition and will look great in any engine bay.

chasing $300 firm, must sell ASAP, please no time wasters

Melbourne/Geelong buyers only

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