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Old 10-11-2002, 04:45 PM   #1
PHATsuby
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Default 2.5 turbo kit engine management

to anyone who has bought either a ludespeed kit or a forced air kit, they claim it comes with everything to turbocharge the car, including proper engine management. has this been true or has the managment they provide left something to be desired? i have heard there is no such thing as too much engine management, i would love to know what everyone thinks, more specifically about the FAT kit people cause that is the way i am leaning but any info would be great, i obviously want to tune my car, i am wondering if what they provide is enough to properly tune but more importantanly keep my engine from being destroyed. cause i want to get the FAT stage 3 kit but i dont exactly want to spend 4300 then drop a another couple thousand for more management. haha, ok, bottom line, is the management provided adequate or not, thanks. one more question, on all of the kit installs do you have to lift the engine? thanks
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