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Fs: Assorted Turbo Bits And Pieces **have A Look**

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Hey all,

I have had these bits from my r33 skyline for a while now sitting in a box in my shed, and was gonna hang onto it all to build a new project out of some of the pieces but i'm starting a new apprenticeship soon and wont be able to fund it so i may as well let it all go (doesnt help when the old mans whinging about his shed room!!)

So i have a few things up for grabs:

Brand new Garrett 35/40 with a polished AR .07 front comp, and .82 rear housing....was on the car for probably 1200kms and never got boosted past 15psi $1200







RB25DET Billet injector rail, sprayed black $100




Horsepowerinabox.com turbo beanie with "PROFLOW FABRICATIONS" stiched into it $150


XF throttle body with which im pretty sure is a new TPS on it $100




Custom made catch can to suit a rb25det R33 skyline ONLY (have pics of where it was located), but could be modifyed to suit any application $200 (may seperate fittings)




RB25DET Hi mount exhuast manafold with 38mm Ultragate....will seperate if required (one turbo housing stud is mising and one got molestered by the bloke taking it off....only just realised it when i took it out the box) $700 with gate or $450 without




45 Degree turbo mouth intake pipe (fits the housing on the 35/40 so can sell together with turbz or seperate) gave it a decent flutter off throttle $80


These things where on my car for about 1200kms and none of it really got the chance to be worked propely so everything is still like new and is just sitting at home doing nothing....may as well try get some coin for it all

I may be open to swaps, depends on what it is and if im of interest

Id prefer people to message or call my number...its 0415080029 and will answer any questions regarding any of the stuff!! If i dont answer i will call back

I have receipts for all this gear and can supply for proof of purchase if needed

Serious buyers only....No time wasters!!

Located in S.E. of melbourne.... so local pick up only...not interested in shipping


P.S: stuff is advertised elsewhere and i retain the right to withdraw any product from sale on here

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