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Hks 3037 Turbo Kit (3 Weeks Old!)

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Hi guys, I'm selling my Brand New HKS 3037 turbo kit which has only been on my R33 for 3 weeks.. It has an RB25 rear

housing bored out to .72 & comes with all new lines and fittings to suit RB25 aswell as the custom 3.5" intake

made for it. This turbo is fantastic for the street. Very, very alive at low RPM and produces great torque.

Car starts to pull aggressively from 3500rpm. Made 280rwkw on just 18psi with standard Cams running a Haltech.

Item: HKS/Garrett 3037 Turbo Kit, suit RB25

Location: Melbourne

Condition: Like new, only 3 Weeks old

Price: $2,100ono

Reason for sale: Change of plans with my engine

Contact: Dean - 0401 682 270

Pictures: MSG me on the above number


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The turbo has a '3037' stamp on it which makes it a HKS from what I've been told. I am basically using the info I was told by the guy i bought it off a month ago. The Turbo was brand new and never fitted. It has been fitted to my track car for 3 weeks and possible driven a maximum of 500kms...

Whoever is keen on the turbo can simply leave a deposit and I will have it removed.

Am willing to swap for a Garret 3540 as this is my track car and dont exactly need anything response like this.

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A few more pics attached. I will have a pic of the ID tag tonight confirming its a 3037.

As I said, I bought this turbo privately from a guy who never ended up fitting it to his car, so the way it is, is the way I got it. I will contact the previous owner today and find out about the rear housing.

Feel free to ask any further questions.






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Guys price is negotiable, make me an offer. I Just got back from overseas and need to sell this ASAP. As my 33 is now a track car only, I want an externally gated turbo. This is the only reason why im selling it. Therefore, I'm open to swaps for an externally gated turbo in equal new condition as mine.

Thanks :)

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dont mean to hijack your thread but genuine complete garrett 3076 with all housings optional are only 1550 brand new delivered from street to track and a few other garrett suppliers here in aus with warranty and all

If your not interested simply don't reply. People can do there own research if they want the turbo or not.

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