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Skyline R34 Gt Aftermarket Turbo Kit For Neo Rb25De Motor


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hello there, I am currently a new member to this forum and I was wondering if anybody knows if there are after market turbo kits to suit a currently NA Nissan skyline R34 GT, manual, coupe. (NEO RB25DE) motor. If so what brands and how much roughly in terms of costing? The reason I ask this is because I am currently on green P's and I am looking at purchasing a Nissan skyline R34 GT with the (NEO RB25DE) as i can not drive the turbo model on my P's. It's a car that I would consider modding it ect once I am off greens and was wondering if there is after market turbo kits for this model of skyline that i can look at adding later on down the track, any information would be useful. Thank you.

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there is no turbo kits as put it. you need to purchase a lot of individual parts to do the conversion. it is much cheaper to sell the NA and buy a gt-t. natro skylines generally sell for similar money to turbo skylines, where as it would cost you quite a few thousand to buy all the parts required to turbo your natro. a new turbo alone will cost well over $1000 (closer to $2000, or more) for a ball bearing turbo and around $1000 for a bush bearing turbo, not including the water and oil lines, manifold, etc. realistacally speaking, expect the conversion to cost you $4000 or so if using a mix of new and used parts. a bit less if using all used parts.

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