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24lb Ford Racing Injectors W/ Bbk Calibrated Maf on 2040-parts.com

US $500.00
Location:

Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States

Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States
MAF unopened in box <br>Injector box open never installed in vehicle
OE Spec or Performance/Custom:Performance/Custom

Up for sale are 8 brand new Ford Racing purple 24lb/hr injectors never used in original box and packaging with the calibrated BBK MAF included in the sale. These parts fit 99-04 Ford Mustang GT's will increase horsepower by 10-15.

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