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Nascar Racing Electronic Scanner Re2000 Alpha on 2040-parts.com

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Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Racing Electronics Manufacturer Part Number:n/a

 This was used once 2 years ago at a race. It has driver pre listed in unit but not sure if they are all the same now. I can not go to a race to test that part now but I did test the weather part and it is fine. I do not have the earphone jack splitter to plug in both headsets but you can get one just about anywhere. Everything is in Like New condition. It comes with 2 Antennas, @ headsets, Manual, Bag etc. What you see is what you will get.

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