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Kawasaki 800 Sxr Dual 40mm Mikuni I Carb Manifold & Hardwear on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
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Laguna Hills, California, US

Laguna Hills, California, US
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KAWASAKI 800 SXR 40MM I CARB MANIFOLD FITS ALL 800 SXR`S & 750 SXI PRO REMOVED FROM 2007 SXR

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