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Ski Doo 800 Etec Head Skidoo Ski-doo on 2040-parts.com

US $370.00
Location:

Faribault, Minnesota, United States

Faribault, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Ski-Doo

This is a brand new Ski Doo 800 Etec head that was sent to SLP and machined to their 5000' + specs. The head is still in the wrapping from SLP and has not been installed on an engine. Again, this head was purchased from Ski Doo brand new never install and sent to SLP for the upgrade and has never been installed on an engine or even taken out of the SLP wrapping. SLP instructions are included.
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