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Nismo Engine Oil Cap

My Supplier imported from Japan Nismo Co. Ltd in Toyko.

will suit on Rb25det, Rb25de, Rb20det, Rb20de, Rb26det, Rb30det, Sr20det, Sr20de, pulsar, all nissan cars.

group buy if i can get more than 5 pcs then the price will be $40 each

postage will be $8 within Australia.

welcome to pick up if you are in Brisbane area.

Momo Style Carbon Fibre Pedal Manual & Auto

Made in Japan

it will fit on any car

$35 for a set (auto/manual)

postage will be $8 within Australia

welcome to pick up if you are in Brisbane area.

Happy New years Guys

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FYI - as far as i know that is NOT genuine Nismo - not trying to can the seller, but these are all over the net as non genuines.

Genuine Nismo look like the attached pic - i just got one from my trip to Japan.

They have just released a new one recently that looks like this:


have a look here as well


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