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If you plan to retain 2.7, I suggest fitting one of Tony's EFI kits to begin with. That's give you more flexibility, you will learn more about engine and it will also open the door for further performance-enchancing modifications. you will gain little power on the top of it.

When you start feeling comfortable with that you might take a look on how to install a turbocharger on it. Fiddling with EFI will give you basic understanding of how things work and it's flexibility will allow you to control the fueling issues, should those arise.

So I would do it with small steps and incrementaly. Just slapping a turbo on CIS is introducing a lot of different variables that might be hard to control.

Thank you for your time,
Old 01-28-2008, 06:06 AM
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