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Yiju Exhaust Pipe Tubing Metal Exhaust Spring for 1:8 Scale HPI

$12

Yiju Exhaust Pipe Tubing Metal Exhaust Spring for 1:8 Scale HPI

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Description:

- 100% Brand new and high quality,durable and wear-resistent.
- Upgrade Parts for 1/8 RC Car Alum Simulation Smoking Exhaust Pipe amp; Spring.
- Suit for HSP HPI 1/8 oil-powered model car SH GO 21/28 Engine.
- Material: Metal.
- Color: Silver.



Size Chart:

Straight pipe:165x40mm/6.50x1.57inch
Elbow Caliber:19mm/0.75inch



Package Includes:

1 Piece Exhaust Pipe Set



Note:

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Yiju Exhaust Pipe Tubing Metal Exhaust Spring for 1:8 Scale HPI

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