I've uploaded just the photo showing the positioning of the cylinders before I put the head on, hopefully it works and hopefully it's correct.
I understand what you're saying about finding an F2T car to use, the problem with that is that a) they're very rare over here and b) I want to keep the current 626 because it's a station wagon and turbo wagons are cool (and useful) (and we didn't get any factory turbo wagons over here).
Let me ask, if you were in my position, which of options 1, 2 or 3 would you do?
For option 1... you're saying I can use the F2T intake manifold as long as I use the NA injectors?
I don't really understand what you're saying about the injector emulator, extra injector, boost controller etc, but I'm happy to do more research.
Question though. If I understand correctly the extra injector is necessary because the NA injectors can't supply enough fuel with say 7.5psi of boost.
The F2T injectors can, so I can't use them why? Is the plug different? Or the impedance? Surely it's easier and more effective to find a way to use the F2T injectors even if it involves adding a resistor or something?