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Gt Gas Tuner By Bully Dog (model 40415) on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

Hyde Park, Utah, United States

Hyde Park, Utah, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Bully Dog Manufacturer Part Number:40415

This Bully Dog GT Gas (Model 40415) was installed on my 2012 Ford Ecoboost. I sold the truck after using this tuner for about 3 months. This tuner was uninstalled correctly and available for resale. I took pictures to show that this tuner is not locked to that vehicle. I also have recently updated the software and so it is completely up to date as of today. I have everything that came in the new packaging and everything is in perfect condition. But it Now and have it in time for Christmas! Gas Engines only. Works with many makes and models. See Bully Dog website for complete compatibility list.

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