What Simon said - t5suite is probably your best bet. I would make a comprehensive build plan of what you're keeping and what you're not, and see what t5suite or well-placed resistors or diodes can "fix". You may reach a point where a check engine light is inevitable and thus who cares, but OTOH if you can keep a functional check engine light (and have the tools to diagnose it) that may be an advantage. I have watched a couple teams chase engine management problems that they can't diagnose or weren't readily aware of because the CEL was not functional or always on. On newer cars I think that's valuable since it can save troubleshooting time when a car suddenly goes into limp home mode and you don't know why. Being able to rapidly diagnose and fix problems is second only to not having any in the first place. :)
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