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you would need the engine, and pretty much everything attached to it.possibly custom mounts, the ecu, fueling system possibly a custom wiring harness unless your talking about 2.0L turbo version IMO it would be a lot of effort for very little ( in reality) gains, it would probably work easiest with a standalone but even then idk any stand alone that can control a DI setup off the top of my head in all reality you might be better off seeing if the bottom end would bolt up to your stock top end then get the turbo setup off it that would nix the DI (though that would nix some of the gains, though di systems are great tuning them can be hell) it would give you what should be a fairly stable bottom end and a turbo.. it would probably be able to push out about 250 to the crank so about 230 whp or so that being said you'd need NON DI pistons though
 

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no idea.. it could. be the same 2.4 basis.. however like i said getting Di to work will be a huge project on a non DI car they sonata 2.0L T engine is the same as the genesis but with a better turbo and better internals + DI
 

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sensors and plugs would probably be needed to buy the ones from the stock turbo setup as the o2 sensor will probably be wideband the map sensors will support positive pressure teh spark plugs will be different.. again tuning DI motors can be difficult depending on injector size and window stock..
 
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