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Parts For Sale.. R34 Gtr Power Fc+Hand Controller, Holset Hy55V Variable Geometry Turbo Etc..

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Hey guys,

Cleaning out my garage. All parts located in Wilston, Brisbane but will ship at buyers expense..

My phone is 0420 553 651



BNR34 Power FC - $1000

Removed this from my car about a year ago due to upgrading..


Holset HY55V - $900

Bought this for a project a while ago but didn't end up using it. Turbo is of variable geometry type, currently has 80psi pneumatic VGT actuator, but spring can be changed or electric actuator used. It has a factory billet compressor wheel and is absolutely massive. I would estimate it weighs around 20kg. Turbo has minimal shaft play. I bought it second hand but as stated have never used and as such can't warrant it, so selling cheap.





PWR upgrade intercooler for GTR - $350

This came off a 400kw R33 GTR, I've never used it. Usual wear and tear, a few bent fins etc. Has also had upper mounts on either side of the tanks removed in lieu of a central top mount.


Stock R32 GTR intake manifold - $150

Bought this ages ago, never used it. Still in good nick, minimal paint peel.


R32 GTR 2.5" to 3" stainless front pipes - $250

Bought this ages ago, never used it. Great upgrade to restrictive factory front pipes.



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