Brett has a lot of good points.

However, I've driven his old S/C build. I must say, it was *the cleanest* FI build I've ever seen on a Saturn. If running <200whp, it is probably more reliable than a turbo setup on track strictly due to lower underhood temps and less complexity. No shitty turbo manifolds to crack, less pumbing, etc. Not sure if the brackets still exist, but I wouldn't rule out this route were I to build an FI Saturn in the future.

Lots of Miata guys are going this route now and finding that the S/C is just less hassle in a track car and more reliable.