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Good used OEM FICM, What do I do with it?

Anybody have any ideas? I just order BPD 6 phase and I was wondering if anyone knew of anyone who buys good FICMs. My OEM is still holding 48V strong and I don't have any idle or cold start issues (possibly thanks to T6 and Rev-X) but anyways, I cant see getting scrap aluminum price for such a high tech piece of equipment. Plus I know that some people/companies out there have to need these to build upgrades and what not. Any suggestions? I would hate to sell it outright to another member in case it was on it's last leg or something, we all know how those things can turn out.

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what ya want for it? im needing one mines starting the slow death.. if price is right im willing to take a chance on buying as is
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Around here they are worth about $200 a piece. Food for thought.
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You do know that you will need to use the bottom (logic) half of your existing FICM to complete the BPD FICM because you only get the power supply top half from them.
That being said... Ed at ficmrepair.com bought the OEM power supply half of my oem ficm last year when I installed the BPD ficm.
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Wow I did know that but somehow I overlooked it. That's why you guys and Powerstroke.org are awesome. You copy that fdchief? I messed up and I apologize.

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