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Yamaha Outboard Oem Power Pack Switch Box Cdi Computer 90hp 90 Hp Tested on

US $300.00

Key Largo, Florida, US

Key Largo, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Brand:yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:CU7386 6HO 8603

Yamaha marine outboard ignition power pack computer 6HO   CU7386  8603 removed from a 1993 90hp 3 cylinder.Tested motor ran very good. This will fit other motors. Please check fitment and ask Any questions before bidding. No return offered buyer agrees to pay all return shipping charges. Shipping will be 8.50 US only. Paypal accepted. Thank you.

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