DeatschWerks Subaru Holiday Power Packages are available for a limited time only

On Cyber Monday, November 26, 2012, DeatschWerks temporarily released four Holiday Power Packages designed specifically for the Subaru market.   These packages will be available until December 31st or while supplies last. DeatschWerks Holiday Power Packages consist of four drop-in fitment fuel injectors and an in-tank fuel pump. When purchased as a package, the consumer saves up to 20% ($149) off the retail price.  This is effectively equal to buying a set of injectors and getting a free fuel pump!

The DeatschWerks Holiday Power Packages are available in the following configurations, ranging from $379 to $649.

Package Injector Pump
1 Subaru 650cc top feed DW200 (255 LPH)
 2 Subaru 850cc top feed DW65c (265 LPH)
 3 Subaru 1000cc Bosch EV14 DW300 (320 LPH)
 4 Subaru 850cc side feed DW300 (320 LPH)

As with all DeatschWerks injector sets, the DW injectors included in the Holiday Power Packages are flow balanced, E85-compatible, include a 12-month warranty and are provided with tuning data and a custom flow report.  All DeatschWerks fuel pumps come with a quiet, reliable turbine impeller, a 3-year warranty and industry-leading tech support.

More information about the exciting new DeatschWerks Holiday Power Packages can be found at: http://www.deatschwerks.com/news/press-releases/2012-subaru-holiday-power-packages-available

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