New computer in, minor repairs on engine and now it runs smooth.
I finally got the computer back from Jegs. It was backordered so the car has been sitting for about 2 weeks with no major work being done. I put it in and did some quick guesses on what to put a fuel map of and started it up. It ran good but after a warming it up to 175 degrees I noticed it was leaking coolant from a freeze plug. I had to let it cool down and replace the plug. It was a pain to get to but once it was in and I got the engine back up to temp it was idling smooth at 850 and holding good oil pressure. The plug was the one right over the starter and I ended up having to take the starter and the exhaust manifold off to get to it so I could beat it out with a sledge hammer. Check out the last pic of the dash it shows the engine holding good oil pressure and rpm 🙂
I took it for a quick drive of about 2 miles today and other than the fuel map at over 2000 rpm is way off it ran pretty good the brakes seem a lot better with the proportioning valve on the front wheels. After a quick adjustment all the wheels lock up about even now and it brakes really well. I have a problem with the car spinning the back tires like mad any time I give it gas though, I think the tires are just stiff from sitting for over a year and need some heat in them before they will grip again and let the car actually go without going sideways when I give it gas.
Next thing to do is get it to the muffler shop. I found a shop and they have ordered a crossflow muffler for it and as soon as I have enough nerve to drive it the 10 miles to the shop I will get it put on. It is way to loud to tune the engine the way it is, the engine is running good enough for now to not bother with it anymore till after the exhaust is done.