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You would be smart to ask the mfg of the ECU you want. That way, you can be sure the components work, and you can have leverage in case something doesn't work right. For example, my car died on the way back from Road Atlanta a couple of weeks ago and the ECU showed a trigger 1 sensor failure. I pulled the sensor and the ECU, and sent it back to Performance Developments to be tested/fixed. Neil checked it in 24 hours and found nothing wrong, and returned it to me for the cost of shipping only. It turned out to be a broken crimp - my bad for not checking EVERYTHING. I still paid Neil for his time and I'm back on the road. But my point is that he helped me choose all the parts and helped me with the installation, and still helps me diagnose problems pretty quickly.

If you try to piece a system together, you could be chasing issues forever and not enjoy the car. Whatever system you choose, follow their recommendations on peripherals.
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