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Mark Hume
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Da best enigne management wud be a LEM G3. Unless you are planning on building a super flash motor for racing then the LEM G3 would be OK.   However, a G2 would be be the one to choose if you have spent alot of loot on the engien and want  the best tuneability.

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Lumpy cams would be considered a major mod.  It will upset the manifold vacuum and volumetric efficiency of the engine.  As the factory ECU was mapped around these parameters, it is unlikely you will get the best out of it on the factory ECU.  If you can find someone who can chip the factory ECU by tuning it properly rather than just plugging in a "per-tuned chip"
(be very wary of those!) then you can go for it.  I would recommend going to aftermarket engine management rather than chipping.  You will also get the other benefits of aftermarket systems such as motorsport features and the ability to adjust the tune when you need to (ie further mods)...  For a price on the LEM G3 contact sales@linkecu.com as it is policy not to put prices on these forums...

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Hmm, you can do as many other mods as you would like.  Ask an engine builder what other mods are required to fit your cams.  For best results go to forced induction!  All I meant is that a chip wont allow you to get a tune that exactly matches your engine...

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