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Used K&N FIPK in good shape, recently cleaned and recharged filter. $125 shipped.

New aftermarket Optispark complete with cap and rotor. $100 shipped.

New Mallory 8.5mm red spark plug wires. $75 shipped.

Make an offer on all for a package deal and I will adjust prices.
can i see pics of the intake?
 

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Yup

Will post up pics later tonight, just heading out the door to do errands now.
 

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Unless it is totally trashed...

I will take the K&N FIPK. (Provided it is complete with those little screws & fittings and that darn rubber seal is intact... cwm6 ) This is known as Dibs...y'all.

Thank you,
Richard Snipes, 4501 Safari in Jax, FL
 

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Pics

FIPK SOLD!

Total Street Performance Opti brand new, only took out of box to take picture.

SOLD SOLD SOLD Mallory wires brand new never been out of bag: SOLD SOLD SOLD!





 

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if you take paypal I will take the mallory wires
 

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parts

I do take Paypal

I would ship fed ex ground Monday and provide tracking number after I get home from work.

Not sure what the difference is on the Opti. I bought a ton of parts in prep for pulling my motor and doing a hot cam upgrade and minor overhaul. Landlord is a pain in the rear and said I had too many cars. Caprice went down the road this afteroon to new owner in PA :(
 

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The K&N FIPK

Yep, that was what I was afraid of.

K&N wants way too much for that piece of rubber.

Rest of it looks ok. A few little fastners are absent but I'd have to look to see what. I'll call K&N in the morning & see what the price is now for the seal and get back to you. In its present condition I'd have to pass. Let's see what the seal costs & maybe negotiate a new price.

Thank you for the photos. They really help.

Richard Snipes, 4501 Safari in Jax, FL
 

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no problem

Yeah I was pretty bummed when I saw that but to be honest you could go to a pick and pull / junk yard /salvage yard and for a few $ grab a (Jeep Grand Cherokee or similair) door seal and cut it to fit.
 

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Some super glue will make the seal look like brand new! Im sure thats all they do to hold it down anyways....
 
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