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Bmw M3 Shark Injector Race Software on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
Used but reset. Ready to go! Guaranteed!
Brand:Jim Conforti Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:N4S54KAO Type:93+ octane

Jim Conforti Shark Injector Race programmer for 2001-2006 BMW E46 M3. This is the Race software for 83 octane and cat delete. It is for racing and off road use only (not certified for road use). 93 octane is the minimum (don't use less).

This auction is for a refurbished Shark Injector. It was used but then reset so it's ready to be used again. I guarantee it will install or your money back. No need to pay full retail!!!

Performance Specs:

Horsepower and Torque Gains
No check engine light from cat removal
Raised 8,100 RPM rev limit
Top speed limiter removed
Smoother engine response

Instructions included. Install takes about 20 minutes. Requires a serious battery charger (no exceptions). Professional installation is very strongly recommended.

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