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Jdm Toyota Supra 2jz Gte Twin Turbo Engine 6 Speed V161 Getrag Transmission 2jz on 2040-parts.com

US $6,000.00
Location:

90212. ZIP 4: 3907. County: LOS ANGELES FIPS County Code: 06037, California, United States

 90212. ZIP 4: 3907. County: LOS ANGELES FIPS County Code: 06037, California, United States

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JDM Toyota Supra 2JZ GTE Twin Turbo Engine 6 Speed V161 GETRAG Transmission 2JZ.


Your Package comes with :
Complete Engine
6 speed getrag transmission
Engine wiring harness
Ecu
Intake Manifold
Exhaust Manifold
Turbo manifold
Twin Turbos
Injectors
A/C Compressor
Alternator
Clutch
Starter
Coil packs
all accessories attach to the engine as shown in picture.

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