Apexi Vafc2 Jdm Civic Crx Integra Dc5 Ep3 on 2040-parts.com
Pleasant Grove, Alabama, US
Apexi vafc2 black, works great fits several different Honda/Acura vehicles. Used for tuning stock and modded vehicles. No instructions but they can be found on apexi USA's website for free.
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