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Hypertech 83009 Hyperpac Performance Computer Nib on

US $450.00

Washington, Michigan, United States

Washington, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:Hypertech MPN:83009 Manufacturer Part Number:83009 UPC:759609045300

I have a new Hypertech 83009 programmer as shown.
I just received it from Hypertech...I sent my old unit back and they sent me a NEW unit (for a hefty fee). I used the previous unit on my 2003 silverado 5.3, worked awesome with great mileage gains.

 It is new new new, it is complete, ready to use.
This is the great touch screen unit, that has unbelievable functions on it.

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