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Edelbrock 91120

Edelbrock Non-Contact Thermocouple 32° to 662°F

350-91120

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$565.41
Edelbrock Non-Contact Thermocouple 32° to 662°F $565.41
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Non-Contact Thermocouple
  • 32° to 662°F
  • Edelbrock 91120 Details

    Thermocouple Sensors & Accessories

    Infrared temperature sensor commonly used for monitoring tire, track, cylinder head, and other temperatures. Range: 32° to 662°F.

    Specifications:

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    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    91120

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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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