Hey all, long time! My car is *still* in the shop, and I'll have some cool photos to share soon! Basically the car has been fully gutted (another 200 pounds or so on top of the 200 pounds I removed!), 1.75" OD (.120 wall) cage, full Lexan windows, battery relocation, bigger brakes, new 17" Volk TE-37s, and even a new 10 gallon fuel cell (turns out I melted my stock tank pretty badly!). All of those unnecessary pesky brackets and sound deadening goo has been removed, too! Anyhow, I'm worried about potential issues with the stock ECU (w/Cobb AccessPort) and CANBUS when many of the stock systems are removed. For context, this car will only have wiring for lights, turn signals, and minimal dash gauges. The heater core is gone, AC has been deleted, and the blowers removed (along with NAV, etc.). I'm using the FRPP ABS pump/computer and FRPP AC delete kit. Do any of you have experience with this on our current generation car? Initially I was not too concerned, but I think it's a real possibility that I may run into wonky ECU issues. How are the local/NW rally guys handling this? I'd appreciate thoughts on this topic. For reference, I already have inside contacts at Cobb (and in turn, they have Ford contacts). So far, it is not conclusive, and that worries me. What do you guys think?