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4 Inch Gauge (huge) Fuel Pressure Adjusting Tool For Nitrous Tuning on 2040-parts.com

US $140.00
Location:

Ashland, Massachusetts, United States

Ashland, Massachusetts, United States
Used works perectly checked against my 8 inch gauge reads the same. its used a few surface scratches,works perfectly, great condition.
Brand:NS 4 INCH TUNING GAUGE Warranty:Yes

Must have tool for tuning nitrous systems. setting flowing fuel pressure. 4 inch face 1% accuracy , durable very easy to read. Bought a larger one , works the same, not sure why lol!  set up for -6an easly changed to -3 or -4

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