ViPEC internal ECU cardTraining the ViPEC was a snap! This bad puppy connects via USB to an ASUS Eee PC Netbook with solid state drive & 2 gig of memory running WINXP, stashed in the glovebox for real-time engine tuning & multiple A/F map retention.All appears completely stock, until the glovebox pops open & the brains fall out.I also added a ViPEC 'Knockbox' knock detection amplifier/bandpass filter, for superior engine detonation detection & supression using twin knock sensors mounted outside the block and positioned over the cylinders 2 & 3.A pair of BOSCH wideband O2 sensors are attached. One in the original O2 sensor location by the turbo, and another into the 3" stainless backpipe.The first O2 sensor is for the ECU's A/F mix & the second sensor feeds a mechanical Air/Fuel Ratio meter on the front dashboard, running shotgun on the ECU. No winky-blinky distracting kiddie LED's here, please! A Touch of Useful Video & Audio:For car shows, the in-dash ASUS Netbook plays endless WRC flip/crash/burn racing videos at the rear of the car on a large flat panel display, along with 200 watts of killer Klipsch sound.1620x1280 VGA video & stereo audio feed lines run from inside the glovebox, under the carpet, & out to the back hatch. A heavy duty 12VDC marine battery in a box with an 800 watt power inverter runs the Klipsch amped speakers with the 28" flat screen in the rear, never touching the car's battery. FWIW: I've had good comments about my collection of killer 'Car Porn' flicks. They do draw a crowd. More Hidden Broken Stuff: The OEM radiator had fractures across it's plastic top where the hoses connected, and failed to hold pressure. As soon as the new engine fired up, coolant leakage marked it's trail on the garage floor. Not a good sign. A new Toyota OEM unit was ordered out of Kansas City and promptly installed.We also replaced the factory 18 pound (cracked) flywheel with a 10 lb chromoly SPEC racing unit. A lightened flywheel gives a snappier power transfer to the AWD with faster rev-up, and smoother compression braking, helping reduce rotor & brake-pad wear.