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The 260Z gearbox should be good for up to around 200rwkw as long as you're not too rough with it.

 

I've got some good freight deals lately with TNT but you have to have an account with them to use them.

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+1 for Ego Depot to Depot... can be a hassle and costs a fair bit extra getting to collect and drop off with a tailgate. I shipped a whole RB setup to mick (Motor,GB,IC,Wiring and Exhaust) all on 1 pallet and went crazy with pallet wrap and all was fine.

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If you can fit it all in a crate, you can get a much cheaper quote than that. I have a refrig supplies place that regularly throw out largish crates that can fit engines & gearboxes easily. Easier than wrapping a pallet and more secure. I've sent a similar consignment before for less that $100.

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I am still contemplating...

What is your final priey Ben?

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Iv got a 260z 2+2 auto will it be a straight swap

Or will i need a new drive shaft and a brake up grade to compliance it in qld?

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Iv got a 260z 2+2 auto will it be a straight swap

Or will i need a new drive shaft and a brake up grade to compliance it in qld?

 

Everything is a straight swap yes i dont know up about drive shaft but i still have the stock brakes on it and all done in qld yes

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Yours is a 260 2+2auto?

This is a 240 2seat, tailshaft totally wrong.

Gearbox in early 240's are Atype flange to flange, and diff is set forward.

 

Speak to an authourised Qld Tpt approved engineer about the turbo addition.

Rules have changed

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Yours is a 260 2+2auto?

This is a 240 2seat, tailshaft totally wrong.

Gearbox in early 240's are Atype flange to flange, and diff is set forward.

 

Speak to an authourised Qld Tpt approved engineer about the turbo addition.

Rules have changed

 

what he said

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Has any one got a way to contact him iv tryed calling and messaging but i have had no answer very interested!

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hahahaha i haven't gone into hiding nothing to hide from here thats for sure

Its called life homie

I was inland doing some work heard of work before ?

haha sorry just play yeah sorry boys ive txt the guys

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