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Hello all, any input on this project would be greatly appreciated... I purchased a 93.5 NA/T auto Supra and I am converting it to a Single 6 speed. The car is basically gutted, i removed everything (stock motor, auto, subframes, wiring harness(s), etc...). I cut nothing, everything was pulled exactly as it went together. I have a JDM TT motor and 6 speed getrag that i bought for it and i plan to do standalone engine management and a Precision 6765 Single. I am sending the motor out to get freshened up with cams and some other happy jazz. My questions are (1) The wiring harness on the JDM unit is cut, not on the ECM connectors, but on the connectors that i assume handle dash stuff and misc. controls. The NA/T harness is set up for distributor ignition, no turbos, etc.. obviously, the JDM motor is fairly new with coil pack ignition, turbo stuff, blah blah blah... What is the best way to control the new motor and handle auxillary stuffs, considering it will have the big single and and a motor out of a much newer car??? (2) Can I build the NA differential to deal with the power??? or do i have to find a 6 speed diff??? (3) Can i use one high output fuel pump or will I starve the engine for fuel at high rpm/boost circumstances??? Sorry about the essay of questions, I'm sure i'll have some more particular questions as I go along, any and all help is welcome, Thanks again!!!