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My $0.02 worth:

Nothing good to report on Electromotive TEC3r / GT / whatever systems. I know many others have had success with them, but we've always found driveability to be the #1 complaint.
1976 3.2L Turbo making 485rwhp on 91-octane. Sure, easy.
But it stalled at traffic lights, inconsistently.
Idle would hunt, inconsistently.
Integrated boost control didn't work as advertised (erratic), had to run separate Profec boost contoller (super reliable, proven).
Customer even took it to the West Coast distributor/guru. Even he couldn't tune out the driveability problems (also cracked piston rings in the process, another story).

We switched it to AEM, problems gone.

For <$2000, you get an ECU with twin Lambdas, 6 ignition channels, 6 injection channels (full sequential), boost mapping, knock control, and more additional inputs & outputs then you'll probably ever need.
Basically, most everything a $6000 Motec M600 will do, but with better idle & boost control.

If you would like a quote for an EFI hardware package, call or email.
Chris Carroll
TurboKraft, Inc.
Tel. 480.969.0911
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