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Item specifics

Condition:
New
Reference OE/OEM Number:
CFK-101-BK-SEAT
Brand:
RamAir
Country/Region of Manufacture:
United Kingdom
EAN:
5060464126147
Manufacturer:
RAD
Manufacturer Part Number:
CFK-101-BK-SEAT
MPN:
CFK-101-BK-SEAT
Unit Type:
Induction Kit
Classic Car Part:
n/a
Other Part Number:
CFK-101-BK-SEAT
Custom Bundle:
n/a
Bundle Description:
n/a
Modified Item:
n/a
Modification Description:
Air Intake
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N/A
Warranty Period:
Single User
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