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Originally posted by DRV2FST
Parts are easy to come by but you will not really know which ones you need until after you bought the wrong ones.

EFI is much easier to tune. You can turn your engine into scrap metal with just a few keystrokes.

EFI always costs $5,000 more than you have already spent. After you are done it will only cost $5,000 to start over and do it again right this time.

Me bitter? Nooo.

Actually, EFI is great but it is no magic pill. You still have to tune your engine. You have to figure out which parts and sensors work correctly for your setup. After-market sensors are not as reliable as OEM sensors. It always costs more than you expect. It will not be as reliable as CIS for a while until you get all the details sorted.
I'll second that
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