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Hi,

I`ve got a R33 GTST and i`m looking at buying a FMIC within the next week or two. My question is what one to go for. I`ve seen cheap kits on ebay, and not so cheap kits in other places. I dont want to spend a fortune so what would people recommend for quality and fitment? Would one of the £200 ebay kits be up to the job?
 

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japspeed do a gtr kit for the gts-t its a bit of a ballicks to fit tbh but as a kit its a cracker lookin and as far as i can see all the fmic kits you have to cut things apart from the blitz and another that i cant think of the name lol

japspeed do it for 299 for members on here (they are in the traders section)

and hello arry i was "s13rab" in sxoc ;)
 

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Not 100% sure which mine is, but it's excellent. Also has the added bonus of not running the return pipe back over the top of the hot engine ;)

 

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one's of the guys at SJC has got an XS Power fitted mate and he says it does the job fine. Heard a lot of people say the FMIC's are OK but manifolds and turbo's should be steered clear of..
 

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I decided to give the ebay one a go. If I have too many issues with fitment I`ll think about going for something a bit better......but for the price I might as well give it a go. I`ll report back once i`ve got it fitted :)
 

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as been mentioned before it isnt too bad fitting to the gtst, my mate bought his one on ebay too, and fiited without any real hassle, didnt have to cut the bumper either where the number plate sits, i would though to show it off.:D
 
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