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Minimum wiring for turbo 2

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Im on the last few steps of my t2 conversion, (s5t2 in s4na) and I need some final advice for wiring. I have a s4t2 harness and the jdm s5 for connectors if needed. I will go stand-alone in the future but I want to get her on the road for the summer. I want to know the minimum to get the factory ecu to run the engine. Im guessing angle sensor, spark, oil sensor, coolant temp sensor, fuel injectors, knock sensor, tps, o2, maf and boost. If anyone can confirm or correct this itd be much appreciated. Ecu is an s4t2 as well FYI
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http://foxed.ca/rx7manual/manuals/19...TEMS_TURBO.pdf

starting on page 4B-31 it lists the ECU pinouts, and in my experience you need all of the inputs. outputs are up to you, but it runs better the more you have. note that a lot of these are automatically hooked up, this is a lot easier than it looks
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