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Old 01-02-2007, 10:53 PM   #1
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a freind of mine (running stock ecu with piggyback for fuel / timing) is organising a group buy on o2 clamps... but i'm pretty sure i won't need one with the ms. can someone confirm one way or the other please?
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Nope, you won't need one.
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a freind of mine (running stock ecu with piggyback for fuel / timing) is organising a group buy on o2 clamps... but i'm pretty sure i won't need one with the ms. can someone confirm one way or the other please?
Let me know what kind of pricing he gets, please. May be cheaper at my list price:gay:
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