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Neptune Rtp Demon V2 P28 Ecu Obd1 Honda Acura Combo Ready To Tune Chrome on 2040-parts.com

US $375.00
Location:

Pinellas Park, Florida, United States

Pinellas Park, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Neptune

This is a Neptune Demon V2 and P28 ECU combo by HA Motorsports


Below is how HA Motorsports sells it :
 
Neptune RTP / Demon V2 / P28 ECU Package
Item# P28NEPTUNEPACKAGE
$559.00
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It was used for 6 months , it has a JDM GSR map installed which will be be a great base map for most B series engines running stock injectors.

You will need a OBD-2 to OBD 1 harness if your car is 1996 to 2001 which we can supply

It has been fully tested and is working 100%

It is fully programmable with the software

Look at the pictures I've taken, it comes with the cable and Neptune already installed

Shipping via UPS with TRACKING # 

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