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Lots of HKS Turbos direct from Japan

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1.) HKS GT2530 Turbo (a pair)

Brand New, can produced up to 680HP


2.) HKS GT2540 Turbo (a pair)

Brand New, can produced up to 640HP


3.) T04S Turbo

Brand New


4.) HKS GT3037S Turbo

Used, suit SR20DET/1JZGT/2JZGT


All turbos direct from Japan, 2 weeks waiting prior on order.

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when purchasing shit from auctions in japan...

install japanese language packs so you know what youre buying - and also maybe get additional info for the customers insted of just copying whats in the auction info...

if the 3037s is for a rb25 and you are willing to take it to ATS to have it checked and if its ****ed a refund or rebuild is paid for by YOU then im interested

- adz

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  • 2 weeks later...

HKS 2540 Details:


HKS2530 Details:


You might wanna put a bid on the latter sl1212, because I will later today once I get some money in my hands.

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andrew, I only need one, I was gonna post up the second one for sale once it got here... wanna go halvies?

Its about $2400 to buy in japan, and plus there's the agent commission of 10% and the internal shipping and also shipping to australia with customs etc, should see it landed for about $3000, so you can have one of em for half of that (around $1500). Sound fair to you?

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Bingo Roy... its the new fad

hop onto ns.com - lost count of sponsors who are just chilling on yahoo auctions advertising auctions and then bidding when someone puts a deposit down...

its also the way prestige or any other car broker sells imports to us too...

no sl2121 you still havent answered my question

a) why dont you install language packs to advertise auctions so it makes a bit more sense as you know nothing of the product

B) if someone does order a turbo from you - will you refund their money if it is ****ed?

- adz

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