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ITB & Electromotive

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i think the main reason electromotive isnt that popular with the 02 crowd is because there so expensive. $175 for the coil pack without wires. anyware from $500 to $2000 for the ecu plus all the the sensors. megajolt or megasquirt is much cheeper but that doesnt mean its better. if i had more money i would have went with electromotive. its like compairing windows and MAC. as for the TWM itbs i love them they blow weber sidedrafts away. your project looks cool just clean that wiring and plumbing up a little more

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Electromotive systems can be had on the second hand market for $900 or less. Coil packs can be had for $75. All it takes is patience to find. Been there.

One thing to remember is the old Ford stuff is not intended for the high rpm performance market. The 36 tooth wheels are slower to recognize rpm changes and so changes to ignition advance lags.

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