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Aem Aq-1 96" Flying Lead Wiring Harness 30-2906-96 on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

London, Ohio, United States

London, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:AEM Manufacturer Part Number:30-2906-96

 AEM ElectronicsManufacturer's Part Number: 30-2906-96

Data Acquistion Wiring Harnesses


AEM Electronics AQ-1 Flying Lead Wiring Harnesses


AVM-30-2906-96
UPC: 840879021863.

These AEM Electronics AQ-1 flying lead wiring harnesses are specifically designed for use with the AEM AQ-1 data logger. Each individual wire features the function silk screened onto the body of the wire to ease to the installation process and reduce the chances of misidentifying a wire during setup. They are pre-wired for the AEMnet high-speed communication network, CAN, RS-232 serial, remote mount USB, and more.

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