Thank you gentlemen, I appreciate the kind words.
Here is the completed setup:
I'd just like to point out that the turbo oil feed line sits comfortably where the MAF harness used to be...
The camshafts or timing belt fought me to the bitter end, maybe they were cooperating against me, I'm not sure. I had the tensioner in and out eight times or so, to the point it's probly at the end of its life already. It seemed as though the timing mark on the drivers side sprocket would always end up on one side or the other of the mark on the rear timing cover. I made very sure I only moved one tooth at a time and could not get it centered. In either position the engine ran like crap. I got somewhat frustrated because this was the last thing to do before firing it up. Hell, it already had fluids!
I finally got the engine to run 97% normally by putting all the sprocket marks at 12 o'clock regardless of the marks in the rear covers. Still I think it's out of time, but I'm wicked close dood. I've read about others hearing alarming noises from 22t heads until they seemed to 'settle'. So maybe it's loud ass lifters or something? Maybe it's a worn out tensioner? Could the 22t timing be different? What about the cam trigger, I didn't swap it?
Well I drove it a little and it actually drove ok...ish. I can hear spooling around 2300, which is pleasantly surprising, and it builds boost alright, but I kept my foot out of it for the most part. The rpms like to plunge after letting of the throttle, more throttle, worse it stutters. Probly due to my BOV not recirculating just yet.
It was crazy lean at first. I was seeing 18- 19:1 at idle, and cruising light throttle was from 15 to 17:1! Not cool, man.
I unplugged the vac lines for the FPR and that helped, now it's idling like 12s and cruise/throttle is 13/14:1. Sometimes it goes down to low 11s for a little bit, it's a little sporadic. Same injectors and everything else I was using before and they worked great.
Also I cracked the bottom of my radiator pushing it down into it's mounts because f that thing am i right? So now I gotta find one of those too. While we're in the area, here's some pics of my solution to having an n/a water pump.
Stayed touch-able even with the engine at operating temp and the exhaust wrap smoking like crazy, they never mentioned that in the directions.
I think I'll keep trying the timing, after a bit more research.