I'm extremely close to finishing my build and trying to get this thing running. This is the setup.
Brand new Toyota Shortblock closed decked and re-machined
2007 Avalon 2GR heads
Custom Wiseco pistons
Custom BC Racing Rods
ACL Race Bearings
Shimmed Oil pump
Custom Manley Sodium filled Stainless Steel 1mm oversized valves
Custom Manley Valve Springs to match new valves
Ferrea Titanium Retainers
Custom T-11 Tool Steel Lash caps
Stock Cams for now
Moroso Oil Pan
Radium Fuel Rails
Holley EFI Hi-Ram intake manifold top 300-219 bolted to the 300-217 Holley HI-Ram Manifold top and all this bolted to the factory lower plenum
102MM GM LS Drive by wire Throttle Body
Toyota DBW pedal
1.5" Stainless steel steam pipe ells primaries to 2" V Bands with a 2" Ypipe into a T4 Flange
(2) Tial MV-R Wastegates
Borg Warner S366 SXE Turbocharger
Custom Water to Air Intercooler
Jabsco Cyclone Centrifugal pump
Methanol Injection/Water Injection using Shurflo pump
Planning on running E85/Flex Fuel
Link G4+ Fury
Link 6.5 Bar Map Sensor
This MR2 has Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, ABS and Power Steering. I'd like to keep all this functioning. In addition I'm curious if there is a way to use ABS and the Throttlebody.
What I know I dont have so far and need/want to purchase
Ethanol content sensor
Intake Air Temp Sensor
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Oil Pressure Sensor
Manifold Air Temperature Sensor
(2) LSU 4.9 Sensors
Boost Control Solenoid
Link MXS Strada dash
Oil Temperature Sensor
I'm pretty sure I can use my factory Coolant temp sensor. My Throttle body doesn't seem to have a idle air bypass like a Toyota throttle body would have, also I don't have a AC Idle up valve.
So I'm trying to figure out what all I need, and make sure I'll have enough input/outputs for everything. If anyone has suggestions of which sensors to use, and links to the best deals that would be awesome. Any tips for setup? Any links to High quality loom materials, motorsport quality stuff.
If there is anything you guys see that I may be missing out on, please drop me a suggestion.
Thanks in advance for any help.