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Hey so I’m in need of the gasket between the intake plenum and throttle body (pic)

any help on sourcing one in Australia (QLD) ? Ive looked everywhere online and there only seems to be the single intake not double. Cheers ! 

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I'm sure someone will come up with a better suggestion more local to you but here in the UK, Conceptua are a reputable dealer who stock these for the non-turbo intake and will post worldwide ...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Throttle-Body-to-Plenum-Specs-Gasket-For-R34-GT-Skyline-RB25DE-Neo/111878477184?hash=item1a0c7a1580:g:5D4AAOSwoydWnOLe

Alternatively use https://nissan.epc-data.com/skyline to find your model and in the engine and fuel system section find the manifold gasket and click through to the amayama shop and have it delivered from Japan. I've had stuff sent to the UK this way no problem. Import tax and waiting a couple of weeks is a pain though.

But I thought you guys over there can buy most stuff off the shelf?

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6 hours ago, ash1296 said:

Ive looked everywhere online and there only seems to be the single intake not double. Cheers ! 

That's because it's an NA and no-one really cares.

Just make an appropriate gasket out of gasket paper. Or just use sealant. It's not a big deal.

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