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Shed Clean Out

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time to clean out some bits, so fire away

R33 Brembos Fronts, rotors machined and new Project Mu B-Spec pads 2000kms ago, calipers in good condition, some paint and clear coat wear, but all seals-dust covers are in perfect condition, plenty of meat on rotors $1200 ono

Catch/Can /washer/bottle polished ali custom made to replace standard washer bottle in R33 GTR $400 ono

RB26 sump extension bought from High Octane, paid $600 cast aluminium, swing gate baffle setup $400 ono

also plate aluminuim sump extension, simliiar to the above one, no baffle $100

1997 R33 GTR standard computer with flashed mines tune, with mines product tag, ran standard everything except high flowed standard turbos, and intercooler 18psi 400rwhp $100

R33 GTR firm lower springs basically new, came off car I bought, to put on coil overs, were only just put on prior to sale, cost $800 sell $400

set of R33 GTR wheels painted matt black, few scratchs, were my track rims, have done brake upgrade so they don't fit now, $600 ono


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how much for the high octane sump ($400) delivered to 3064 Melbourne?


mate if you pay $400 I'll cover the freight.. I have a receipt here for $600 from high Octane, I have to say tho that it has a weld inside, which it had from High octane they said it was to fix an imperfection from the casting, they leak tested it and it's good. nothing is visible on the outside.

you can see it in this pic, top left

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