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New Performance Chip Tuning Box Bmw E46 320i 323i 325i 328i 330i Z3 Plug & Play on

US $119.00

Europe, Slovenia

Europe, Slovenia
Condition:New Brand:Racing Electronics Manufacturer Part Number:990

BMW TUNING BOX E46 320i 323i 325i 328i 330i Z3 Untitled





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E46                                 E36 Z3

320i  all                     2.0i all from 08/1998

323i  all                     2.2i all

325i  all                     2.8i all from 08/1998

328i  all                     3.0i all

330i  all





Please note: The case/ cover for all petrol BMW'S only are plastic as shown in the picture, NOT aluminium as described in the listing. This does not affect the chip in any way, its just a cover. The reason being is petrol BMW chips have more electronics inside and the aluminium case does not fit.





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