Toyota/Lexus 1UZ non-VVT V8 recommended PCM

For all other non specifically listed ECU tuning. This would include can-bus ecu's such as powerpc copperhead tricore and siemens ecus. As well as GM, Dodge or any aftermarket controller tuning etc...
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Toyota/Lexus 1UZ non-VVT V8 recommended PCM

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My son is starting to modify his 1992 Lexus SC400 v8 non-VVT with long tube headers and a 2003 SVT super charger(M112).

There used to be a thread with someone swapping a 1UZ into a forerunner, but I think that thread went with the old site.

I don't have a list of all 1UZ sensors yet, and do know it has dual knock sensors, dual ignition, cam phasors, crank sensor, upstream and down stream O2 sensors. More than likely will be removing down stream O2 sensors, unless they are needed.

What would be the recommended computer EEC-V hardware for this job?
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Re: Toyota/Lexus 1UZ non-VVT V8 recommended PCM

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May have answered my own question, thanks Decipha, found this from eectuning 2016:
Re: Running a Lexus 1UZ V8 with EEC-V/EEC-IV
Post by decipha » Sat Mar 19, 2016 8:36 am

best bet would be a 99-04 mustang f150 crown vic etc... ecu and go coil on plug

without the cam sensor youll have batch fire, its easy enough to fab up a cam sensor though, you only need the vane to pass at 26 atdc off the top of my head

http://info.efidynotuning.com/fbfg2.htm
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More specifically, which EEC-V strategy/calibration/definition should be used?
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Re: Toyota/Lexus 1UZ non-VVT V8 recommended PCM

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Im pretty sure the recommendation is RZASA since that is his most developed strat. I am doing Coil Near Plug in a 57 f100 and that is the strat he recommended. The ECU comes from 03-04 crown vics. 04 is a better choice since it guarantees you get the fastest processor.
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yeah any 03/04 luxury sedan ecu
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Thank you, 04 it is.
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just purchased MPC-195
What is the difference with MPC-197 hardware?
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