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Sa Eoi; Rb26, New Rb26 Forgies, 25 Neo Parts, Nistune, New Greddy Profec B


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Hello all, unfortunately i think i'm going to have to sell my RB26 and all the associated parts i have bought for it so far. I've gone a bit overboard with my RB25 which leaves me struggling to finish the rest of my car. All the other parts are up for sale.

I'm in Adelaide.

Photos for the RB26 and parts can be organised if you need them.

This is just an EOI for the RB26 and parts to suit.

What i've got;

RB26 complete minus coil packs and injectors. Hot side completely removed but included. Cast mounting point for the alternator was broken off the block when the vehicle was in an accident, could possibly be welded back on. Wiring loom has been stripped of all un-necessary wiring (1/2 complete), ECU, 1x good AFM, 1x damaged, Harmonic Balancer damaged. engine is otherwise complete. Looking at $1800

R33 RB26 Block and crank very good condition - Was to replace the damaged block - $600

CP 86.5mm RB26 pistons new in the box - $800 Firm - Cheapest you can get them for is $900

RB25/RB26 Carrillo Pro H Beam Connecting Rods with CARR Bolts - One of the best rods on the market! - $1400 (These cost me $1600 a year ago). These rods are for the serious builder.

Full Genuine Nissan RB26 Gasket Set - $250

Brand New Tomei Inlet Adjustable Timing Gear - $200

ARP RB26 head studs new in box - $300

WIll do a deal for multiple items bought at once or the whole lot.

Brand new in the box Greddy Profec B Spec II - Going with closed loop boost control with my new ECU so this is not required - $320 including express delivery to you.

R34 RB25 NEO ECU (Auto) and Nistune. The Nistune board is NOT installed into the ECU yet. - $400

RB25NEO Harmonic Balancer. Brand New Genuine Nissan item. I bought this from KMS several weeks ago, but i have now gotten ROSS to make me up a custom NEO harmonic balancer. This is no longer required. Brand new, suits all cars with the NEO engine. $320

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RB25DET NEO pistons and rods - 39,000km on them. Very good condition. I'm forging my engine so these are not required. $200

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RB25DET Neo engine cover - very good condition, no broken plastic, comes with all the mounting brackets - $100

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NEO intake pipe, recirculation pipe and cross over pipe - $100 ono

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