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I would suggest it needs a suitable temperature sensor, and the mentioned WBO2 sensor (we like the Spartan2 from 14point7)
Some general wiring consumables and connectors as well as plugs for the sensors and injector. The loom is pretty simple to make if you have basic wiring experience, and as you can see from the photos of the Dkubus kits, a bit of heat shrink and some braided sleeve makes for a very nice looking harness with a little bit of care.
Any exhaust shop can install the o2 bung for you.

Base maps are not really needed as we begin from flat tables (Zero or 100%)
Once installed, the base Control Pressure Curve is then set according to your factory WUR specs.

At this point you have an accurate basic WUR controlled system that will match the stock fuelling, and fine tuning can begin from there.

have a read of the FrankenCIS manual for the fuelling setup FrankenCIS Manual - Downloads

The MicroSquirt manual should be used for the installation and Basic RPM trigger using the tacho output is the easiest to setup initially http://www.msextra.com/doc/pdf/Microsquirt_Hardware-3.3.pdf
The system can be converted to more accurate engine sensors and toothed wheels etc. later if desired.
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Yes! mechanical/hydraulic constant flow injection can be managed by a modern EMS

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