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33 Gtr And Gts-T Parts For Sale, Shed Clean Out!

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Hi All,

-I have an RB25/30 combo thats just been pulled out of the car as I have built a 26/30 thats going in.

the 25/30 has forgies, grub screwed crank, balanced assembly. Never been raced or boosted at all and current set-up does 169kw@wheels. Thats running stock turbo and stock intercooler and stock boost. Very strong motor and has only done 35K since being built by McFadden race engines. Basically bolt in and go. Motor hasnt got alternator or power steering units, ignitor or coil harness as it had to be used with current set-up. selling for less than half the cost of what it cost to build.


-R33 gtst stock intercooler and piping $100.00

-RB25 syncro gearbox gears set (stock) $400.00

(used gears and no box)

-Nismo single plate clutch and flywheel $100.00

-RCI plastic fuel cell with brackets and fittings, 60lt? $300

(sender unit included)

-Stock R33 gtst fuel tank, pump etc $200.00

-R33 gtst stock radiator $50.00

-R33 gtst clutchless fan $50.00

-R33 gtst washer bottle $30.00

-R33 gtst boot trim minus floor trim (4 pieces) $50.00

-R33 gtst weather shields (driver side and passenger side) $50.00

-R33 gtst complete exhaust 3" from dump to 4" at canon $150.00

(included cat) prefer pick up on this!

-R33 gtst air-con lines and cooler (to fire wall fittings) $80.00

-R33 gtst airflow meter and trust pod filter (8" filter) $50.00

-R33 gtst electric fan $50.00

***********NOW FOR THE GTR STUFF!!!!***************

-GTR alloy pipes from airflow meters to pods $20.00 (the pair)

-GTR stock oil cooler with sensors and oil filter $100.00

-GTR alloy engine mount brackets (2 Sets) $20.00 (a set)

-GTR stock dump pipes and O2 sensors $50.00 (the pair)

-GTR oil and water lines $80.00

-32GTR wiring loom (the lot, including sub harness) $300.00

(no injector plugs)

-GTR 8 blade stock water pump $30.00

(no cavitation at all)

-33GTR alternator $60.00

-GTR alternator support bracket $10.00

-GTR p/steering support bracket and tensioner pulley $10.00

-33GTR cas sensor $80.00

-33GTR standard coil packs $60.00

(part # 22433 60u02)

-33GTR igniter module (finned version) $50.00

-GTR oil scrapers/windage plates $50.00


- Nakayama racing wheels 18x7 1/2 JJ to suit skyline $300.00

(bald tyres but will remove if required)

- RB30 stock oil sump $30.00

I am located in Adelaide SA and if your keen on any of the items feel free to reply here or msg me on 0400262578 and I can supply pictures that way, as my phone wont sync with my computer for some reason.

All postage to be paid by the buyer!!!!



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