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Kawasaki 650 Sx X2 Ts Oem Exhaust Manifold W/ Divider Bridge & Dual Cooling Nice on


Sebastopol, California, United States

Sebastopol, California, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:Exhaust Manifold jetski jet ski engine motor pipe Part Brand:kawasaki 650X2 650 X2 650SX expansion chamber Warranty:No

Here is a nice diverter style oem silver Kawasaki 650 exhaust manifold tapped for dual cooling. This performs the same function as an aftermarket exhaust manifold at half the price! Good shape, ready to go.

I generally ship same or following business day with tracking. Items may have studs, bolts, water outlets, etc removed for packaging reasons but everything pictured will be included.

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