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Racechip Cr Ultimate Bmw F15 X5 Xdrive35d Diesel on 2040-parts.com

US $599.00
Location:

Baldwin Park, California, United States

Baldwin Park, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:RaceChip Manufacturer Part Number:RChip.Diesel

 BMW F15 X5 35D

RaceChip Ultimate


Release the true power, economy and driveability of your BMW - safely, easily and in minutes!

RaceChip has a plug-in upgrade for you!

Unlike "generic" tuning systems, our unit has been specifically programmed to get the best from your BMW X5 xDrive35d (US Spec).


Just came off my 2015 X5 35d

Like new, selling cheap since I no longer need it.

for more details you can visit Racechip-usa or see the detailed pictures that I got from their webpage for X5 35d

Final sale, no returns.


See pictures for more info.


Paypal payment within 3 days please. Ships 2-3 business days after payment.

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