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Brand New Magneti Marelli Me110t & Me200t Ecu And Throttle Module For Abarth 500 on

US $580.00

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New in Box, never installed or used
Brand:Magneti Marelli Other Part Number:ME200T Manufacturer Part Number:ME110T

This is a PRIVATE SALE! I bought this set for my Fiat Abarth 500 but before I put it on, My ECU already remapped. I was noticed that it cannot be used on a remapped car. So I never try to install it on my car. It sit still inside the box since from dealer. Now sell in discount price! Hope someone would like it and improve for his own Abarth!

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