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You can definately kluge together something that works by adjusting various regulators, changing injectors, chips and valves.

I think you will find many (i dont know if 'most' is right) people convert to an aftermarket ECU when supercharging. It might have something to do with the fact that if you are supercharging, you are also more likely to be changing a lot of other things like cams, exhausts, intakes, pulley sizes, etc.

It is an expensive, time consuming task but it also allows you to get the most from the conversion and allow you flexibility to adjust.
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