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Old 07-07-2011, 11:07 AM
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Black Maxx programmer, S & B CAI, DPF/CAT delete pipe and Sinister coolant filtation syster

I have a Black Maxx programmer, S & B CAI and a DPF/Cat delete pipe. I also have a brand new, still in box Sinister coolant filtation system with a brand new JEGS hose cutter. The programmer, CAI and delete pipe are only three months old. I just traded in my truck which was a 2010, 6.4. Let me know if your interested.

Asking $1300 for whole package.
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