Can you provide a little more details about the swap? Are you planning to run the correct engine with this ECU?
I'm swapping the EZ30R into an '88 xt6. I've replaced the transmission with a '97 JDM sti transmission. Basically, the mechanical swap is done, but at this point I still need to wire everything up, and throw an exhaust on it.
An 07 3.0 vehichle could have VDC
In that case, the ECU will be looking for some info from the TCU and ABS computers. Probably a hack around that with dummy sensors/resistors and may not affect engine operation if just left disabled.
That and throttle by wire(don't forget to get the gas pedal) are the 2 things that complicate this swap as compared to pre-2006 ECU's
2007 seems to be pretty good year. I've already installed a Throttle-by-wire as well as a Hydraulic clutch, which replaced the cable actuated XT6 structure.
From what I've understood, in 2008 the AVCS moved from using the speed sensor in the transmission, to using the ABS sensors or some garbage, so I should be good there too, although I don't know I will need to somehow modify a ez30r sensor, or if the stock (STI) sensor will provide the correct signal.
Another option or thought here is utilizing Open ECU or similar architecture to modify/tune that ECU to ignore or not use those sensors you don't have. I don't know how successfull this would be. For example, folks use the Open ECU, Cobb Tuning, or similar ECU tuning programs to turn off catalytic converter efficiency codes. Granted this is more of an emissions/compliance code vs. something that is critical for engine operation.
I was considering this, but I really don't have any experience with this kind of modification...I would very much like to hear about options for altering ECU code. If I understood a bit better what I was looking for, I'm sure I could work it out.
If I could, I would love to essentially remove all of the various functions except the basic engine tune, and then the AVCS application. Since the engine is going into an xt6 (which has it's own control modules for al of the various features and functions) the ECU only needs to run the engine, nothing else!