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stage 3 cams and N/A

Hello all,

I'v got an 06 elise thats NA and I'm going to get the monkey wrench racing stage 3 cams,aswell as the valves,valve springs,everything to do it.

But I want to stay NA for now then supercharged later on, the question is has anyone done this before? I'll also be installing the blackwatch light weight flywheel and the blackwatch clutch and the bigger oil pan aswell as a better oil pump gear while im at it

what do I do about the ecu? The car now has larini 8'' exhaust
I know I'll need a retune or a new ecu but I have no idea what to do about it.
Is their a way to modify the stock ecu or do I need to buy and after market one? If so which one?...

I'll be doing all this at once with the clam off.
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Stand-alone ECU or reflash. Use the search function, and you'll find answers to your questions.

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Make sure those cams, of which i have no knowledge, work well both NA and blown. Often that's not the case.

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Thank you, and yes I beleive they'll work with both, Says it in the description anyways.
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If you do it properly, you won't want to supercharge it later, but forget reflashes, you need a good standalone ecu.
You should check this out too, before you drop the hammer:
https://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f25/...-power-105672/
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