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KAVY Supply OE Quality Ignition Coil


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Dedicated to developing and providing the premium ignition coils, makes Kavy a reliable manufacturer with an annual output of 6.8 million pieces, focused on domestic & overseas market.
 

With an exceptional design and engineering capability to meet the OE standards or exceeds OE, Kavy has developed more than 700 SKU includes rail coil, distributor coil, block coil & pencil coils.
 

Kavy’s over 95% product coverage enables us to meet the different application from American cars, European cars,Japanese & Korean cars and domestic cars.
 

 

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