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Old 03-09-2002, 11:35 PM   #1
redmeanie
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Question My 2001 2.5RS Turbo Project-----Advise welcome

Going with Cobb "Turbo" Heads, Cobb Cam, Stage II or III ludespeed turbo kit. A j&s ultrasafe comes with the stage III and I know its a good idea, But I need advise on a good reasonably priced engine monitoring system for fuel and air mixture. I heard of the unit called the "Shogun" don't know much about it. Im kinda interested with a P.C. based system I can use my laptop for. Also wondering if putting an aftermarket fuel rail will be a good idea. About to do this so I want all the info I can get before I leave something out or buy something I don't need.
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Chuck
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Old 03-10-2002, 03:07 AM   #2
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do you have anymore info on this shogun thing?
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Old 03-10-2002, 03:19 AM   #3
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Go for a closed deck EJ 20 or EJ25 if you want it to last a while. A good EJ20 (220-240 hp) complete should be about $2000 with the ECU (have 2 for sale). Its easy to find a buyer for your 2.5 to help pay for your turbo motor. Otherwise, You'll find out the hard way that the open deck EJ25 doesn't hold up to much boost for any length of time.
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