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Old 12-22-2013, 10:38 PM
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Stand alone harness for 5.2/5.9 and tune

I built a 390 magnum stroker for my wife's 98 Dur. I was kicking around the idea of dropping it into my Belvedere instead. I have all the stuff to carb it but I was planning to keep it fuel injected but the only stand alone harness and computer setups are OBD1. Wouldn't be a problem with a stock motor but I need mine tuned which is like $600 at a place in Michigan for OBD1. Question is... Is there a OBD2 harness which I can plug a tune into or should I just carb it? Thanx, Brent
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There's always systems like the EZ EFI from FAST, or converting to a Megaspark system.

I'm not that wild about those choices, especially since EZ EFI really wants to be a TBI system (although they do have a multi port retrofit kit), and they're not really aimed at Mopar, but they DO exist.

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Megasquirt and the EZ EFI both work. I think Bruce from F&B uses the EZ EFI with his 6-pack EFI conversion klits he sells for the Classic Cars, including mopars.
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Ive looked into those but the price is a little out there for me. I mean I have a warmed-over thottle body and all the rest of the stock injection stuff so I was just hoping there was something a little cheaper and easier. Thanx ya'll
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