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2x Motec Br2 - Lap Beacon Receivers - 15512 on

US $200.00

Dublin, Virginia, United States

Dublin, Virginia, United States
2 Used MoTec Beacon Receivers - slight signs of wear.
Brand:MoTec Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:15512 Country/Region of Manufacture:Australia Surface Finish:Worn

Up for sale are 2 used MoTec BR2 - Lap Beacon Receiver 15512. These were used as recently as 2013, but not since, and working fine when removed from our racecars. The price listed is for purchasing 1 receiver, if you would like both, please make sure to purchase quantity 2.

No tech or setup support will be included in the sale of these receivers. These receivers are sold as-is with no warranty implied or given. No returns accepted. What you see in the pictures is exactly what you get. Only PayPal payment accepted, only eligible to US buyers - will only ship to US 50 states.

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