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May Madness Sale! Greddy, Rda, Superpro, Koyo, Huge Reductions!

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Offers are only valid to 31/5/2011 or whilst stocks last.

RDA Rotors

NB: Prices listed below INCLUDE delivery.

S14/S15 SR20DET Slotted Rotors (FULL SET F+R) - only $349!

S14/S15 SR20DET Plain Rotors (FULL SET F+R) - only $249!

S13 SR20DET Slotted Rotors (FULL SET F+R) - only $349!

S13 SR20DET Plain Rotors (FULL SET F+R) - only $249!


Need rotors for another make or model? PM or email us for a deal! We can get anything in the RDA catalogue!!


NB: Prices listed below exclude delivery.

GReddy Spec LS Intercooler Kits - from just $649!


GReddy Spec LS Universal Intercooler Core - just $379!


GReddy Oil Catch Tank (Catch Can) - just $139!


GReddy Oil Filter - just $20!


GReddy Full Auto Timer II - just $139!


GReddy Magnetic Sump Plug - just $25!


GReddy MX Front Pipe - just $269!


SuperPro Polyurethane Bushings


For S13 Bushings and Kits - CLICK HERE!

For S14/S15 Bushings and Kits - CLICK HERE!

To see the rest of the SuperPro Catalogue - CLICK HERE - we can order ANY part for you!


Whiteline Sway Bars and Handling Products

NB: Prices listed below exclude delivery.

Whiteline Camber Adjusting Bolts - just $69!


Whiteline Sway Bars - from just $199!


Koyo 53mm Alloy Radiators

NB: Prices listed below exclude delivery.

NIS0172AL SILVIA S13 CA18 - $499

NIS0252AL SILVIA S13 SR20 - $499

NIS0369AL S14, S15 1993-00 - $499

NIS0214AL SKYLINE R32 2.0L/2.5L 1989-94 - $659

NIS0243AL 300ZX 3.0L TWIN TURBO 1989-96 - $629

NIS0308AL PULSAR N14/N15 1.6L 1991-00 - $619

NIS0311AL PULSAR 1991-00 N14/N15 2.0L - $669

NIS0439AL SKYLINE R34 1998-03 - $619

NIS0442AL SKYLINE R33 1993-98 2.5L - $619

NIS0879AL SKYLINE R34 GT-R 2.6L 1999-02 - $Please email


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