I haven't turbocharged the car so I'm useless there however if you need/want the pdf version of the manual give me a shout via PM.
Thank you for the great information!!! So it seems I’ll have to use all three o2 sensor bungs I have. 2 for the narrow bands and 1 for the wide band. I won’t be running any cats even though I do prefer them to dogs.The simple way : you should weld the 2 O² narrow sensors after the turbo. Just don't weld them face each other. One O² sensor will read right, but the second will read a wrong exhaust flow causing CEL with a stock ECU. But it seem that you'will run with PFC so no CEL light in all case. The after cat O² sensor should be plugged. The Wideband should be weld before the catalityc converter.
You can't swap a O² narrow sensor by a wideband. It's not the same used and signal level. Again, forget the PFC for a E85 use.
Your car will run badly that PFC will not informing you. Simply because the PFC have basic engine security level.
The complex way : almost all the same. Just you can link the 2 O² narrow sensor that read the exhaust flow. PPE did this for his first generation of 4-1 header and sport cat (since PPE moddified it to keep both O² sensors). Use the research and you will find the picture of the diagram made by PPE.
Keep in mind that the engine will move front to back and side to side. Be sure to give some inch of space for each pieces.
The oil cooler is very close to the turbo and will minimise the benefit.
So for the turbo base map I just load it and start it so I don’t have to reset it, or I reset it and then load the map and start the idle learn?If it's the STOCK base MAP in PFC (for a N/A 1zzfe), you have to tune in real time for not running lean. The idle learning procedure is theorically "out". If it's a TURBO base MAP, you have to load the MAP, then start the engine without using throttle : first 10min on idle > 10min followed with headlight/refroster turned ON > 10min followed with A/C turned ON. This is what I did when I had a PFC and FC Hako to swich tune map.
For the injector duty : Injector questions for PFC
This probably won't help in this instance, but to seal a threaded connection against high pressure gas or fluid, sue Loctite or Permatex PST, not just a threadlocker.Well the thread locker didn’t work. It’s still spraying out the top of the fuel rail. I even switched bolts when I put the thread locker on just in case there was a problem with the bolt. It’s impossible to tighten the bolt any more so I’m going to have to come up with something else.