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    Stock side mount intercooler ducting

    Looking to purchase the plastic ducting mounted to the front of a stock side mounted intercooler. It's the piece on the left in the attached picture. It's missing on my car.

    If you have one you're willing to sell please let me know. Cheers

    http://www.mkivsupra.net/vbb/attachm...1&d=1561744579
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    If you need to get one of these new the part number is 17909-46040.
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    Thanks for the part number mate.

    Bump - still looking for a used one. If you’ve got one please shoot me a price

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    I have of these, make me an offer
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldy View Post
    I have of these, make me an offer
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    Still looking

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    Bump, still looking

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    Jesus, in the amount of time you have been looking you could have ordered a new one from Toyota and fitted it. Utter madness!

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    No madness here. If I can source a used one at a reasonable price while the car is off the road for a little while that makes perfect sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hughdahellru View Post
    No madness here. If I can source a used one at a reasonable price while the car is off the road for a little while that makes perfect sense to me.
    Reasonable price and used Supra parts no longer go hand in hand. A used part will probably set you back more than half the price of a new one. They are under 100 new from Toyota.

    Anyway, back on topic. Free bump
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