When I was doing long distance endurance rallies we got a wheel change down to under three minuets from start to finish with a standard cross type wheel brace and scissor jack. Could have been quicker with more practice.
Have done it in well under 5 mins on my own on the hard shoulder of a...
Yes that is what i mean by a safe map, I guess then you plan to drive it to them to do a 'proper' mapping session on the rollers?
Can't answer your second question as I don't know much about the coil pack ECU's, but I imagine they can.
Yes you just need to match up the wiring diagrams (Micra to GSXR).
I would still not run without a safe map, as these ITBs are likely (you hope!) to flow a lot more air, which will mean it will be running very lean, which if driven far could ruin the engine.
Wiring unlikely to be the same, but should be easy enough to convert if the GSXR injectors have connectors on them (or you get some).
I wouldn't run the car without some sort of safe map, also unless you are planning of put the MAF somewhere in the airbox (? is this your plan) then it will...
You could try something like this, you would need to know diff pin dimensions and find a similar diff as I doubt they sell a kit for the Micra.
The joys of owning a Micra, I was doing the usual pre event car spanner checks when I found yet more rust in one of the rear wheel arches on Saturday, meaning a couple of hours of metal work and welding.... :(
Yes it does, as for the best diff I prefer the quaife/suretrac Torsen type ones which are fit and forget (in terms of maintenance) and less harsh to drive with and less harsh on shafts / CV joints. If doing a lot of gravel then plated will be better but at cost of maintenance and shafts / CV's.
This has just appeared on ebay.... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nissan-Micra-K11-Rally-Race-Track-custom-hybrid-Inlet-Intake-Manifold/174069373192?fits=Model%3AMicra&hash=item288757d908:g:IXwAAOSwzQFdqdbY