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Jet Performance Chip 70112 on 2040-parts.com

US $275.00
Location:

Summerville, South Carolina, United States

Summerville, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:JET Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:70112 Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown

This is an actual JET brand performance chip. the real deal not a knock off. do your research make sure this part number chip is for your car. I never installed it in mine. Watch the mini dvd for instructions. I'm not reaponsibe if the chip isn't compatability with your car. AGAIN do your research. The chip is yours once purchased. I have used these in the past and they do make a difference. 

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