James ward is using a flaming rivers fox body manual rack. Looks pretty decent to modify. And is crazy light. I will probably be going that route when I get some more money and time for Albert to help.
Are you going to sweep the turn on the water outlet? I'd probably put in a slight ramp so there isn't much turbulence in the water outlet. If your solidworks has a flow motion simulation, you could see how much it'll cause.
Crank sensor setup. Steven used a JZ trigger wheel, and machined the back side of his 7m wheel and tack welded it on. Then added a hall sensor and bung to the lower timing cover. Works out awesome and is out of view.
Then he worked on the cam sensor setup. Which consist of a bung behind the cam pulley that's bolted to the head. Again, out of sight. I milled his cam pulley and tapped in a .125 slug for the pickup reference.
Then Steven modified an alternator bracket that Dustin made to accept his mechanical fuel pump.