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HKS GTIII-4R VS HKS GTIII-5R RB26DETT


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  • ASTRO_GTR changed the title to HKS GTIII-4R VS HKS GTIII-5R RB26DETT

Here’s where they both belong 

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you will make more power with better response from pretty much anything from Garrett or precision 

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