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Two Brothers Juice Box Premium Fuel Controller Suzuki Ltr450 08-09 008-147-7 on 2040-parts.com

US $140.00
Location:

Richmond, Michigan, United States

Richmond, Michigan, United States
Excellent working condition
Manufacturer Part Number:008-151-08 Brand:TBR Placement on Vehicle:Rear Compatible Make:Suzuki Country of Manufacture:United States Compatible Model:Ltr450

Two brothers juice box fuel controller for kawasaki kfx450 kfx 450R. Excellent condition. Plug connection are in perfect condition. No wires are cut or spliced. There is no damage to this unit at all. Box control and wires look nearly new.
Fits kawasaki KFX 450 model years 2008 2009

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