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New Greddy Emanage E-manage Ultimate *newest Firmware*!! Computer Ecu Piggy Back on

US $541.49

Gaylord, Michigan, US

Gaylord, Michigan, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Greddy Manufacturer Part Number:15500501

Up for sale is a new Greddy Emanage Ultimate. This is Revision E, which is the latest and newest Emanage Ultimate firmware by Greddy. Watch out for other sellers selling new ones, as they are most likely the older versions. 

This is a universal piggyback computer and works on several different cars.  It comes with everything shown in the pictures: emanage ultimate, software cd, instruction manual, and box. The box was opened, but never used.

I also have emanage ultimate harnesses and map sensors for sale on other auctions.

Thanks for looking and check out my other auctions for more great parts!

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