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Honda Aquatrax Engine F12x R12x Motor on

US $1,500.00

Bayville, New Jersey, United States

Bayville, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:ENGINE Brand:Honda UPC:Does not apply

We are parting out a good running 06 F12X

The ski had 129 Hours when it was parted out

This listing is for the engine only!!! 

Compression at time of parting out was

Cyl.1-195 , Cyl.2-195 , Cyl.3-195 , Cyl.4-190

Any questions please ask

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