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Compucar Nitrous In A Bag Kit Cheap! on 2040-parts.com

US $325.00
Location:

Cheney, Washington, United States

Cheney, Washington, United States
Condition:Used

For Sale is my compucar nitrous in a bag Street heat kit. This is a sleeper plug and play dry nitrous kit. The best kit I've used. Installs in less than five mins. The kit is in great condition. Comes with all jets. It is currently rewired to open when the gas pedal is floored with a switch and relay I've put in. If you dont want to use it this way simply put wires back together. Get this kit for a fraction of the cost. 

I have described the item 100% accurately. Item is being sold as is. No returns. If you have any questions please ask. Thank you.

Range Rover Evoque XL by 2016. Does that mean a new Evoque too?

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