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Only the 84 and later 911's and 96 and later turbo's have electronic fuel injection so they would be the only one's that would be a candidate for a plug and play system. Since these systems work pretty well with just a chip change, I doubt many people would be looking for an ECU change.

I think there is a market for the earlier cars upgrading to EFI which is being filled by bitzracing with the Megasquirt system and Clewett with Electromotive. I don't know of anyone else selling a complete system. I'm currently putting EFI on my car and I'm having to piece together parts from all over.

As for asking a non-Pelican marketing question on this site. I don't have a problem with it because I think more competition is a good thing. I doubt Wayne would be to happy about it though.
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