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1993 S1 Hr33 Gts-25T $14,000 Ono

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For sale is my black 1993 Series 1 HR33 GTS-25T, I've only owned this car for a year and it's been a very good car but I need a newer car that is better on fuel. The only problems I have had with it was the last fuel pump died on me and I am currently in the process of getting the Actuator strengthened because it's starting to be a real pain on high boost. The car is always garaged and never left in the sun for to long, washed and polished on the regular and always ran on 98 octane. Feel free to send me an email anytime at -- [email protected]

car is listed on Trading Post -- http://www.tradingpo...ber=TP004481713

Greddy boost controller and wireless boost changer

Greddy front mount intercooler

Greddy suspension and full adjustable radius bushings

Greddy strut bar

Greddy SS exhaust

Greddy oil catch can

Greddy blow off vavle

Upgraded air flow metre and filter

Apexi power FC

Upgraded front brakes


Denso 162ltr fuel pump

Splitfire coil packs

Fuel regulator

Short gear shifter kit

heavy duty button clutch

Race series timing belt kit (done at 97,500)

Stock turbo running 7psi(low) 14psi(high)

Making around 210-220kw on high boost

Isotta steering wheel (black and blue)

Black with blue stitching gaiters

Nismo seat covers

Blue dash lights

Speedy Inferno 18" rims

Veilside body kit (front, skirts, rear) rear is currently damaged


Comes with stock front and rear bumpers, 2 boxes of stock parts.

110,300 on the clock.

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