The manifold is from the 105bhp unit, I think it's a euro model. The diesel mjet one will fit as well but requires machining, I was heading down that way but chose the petrol manifold as the turbo interface required more work.
Dave, I will have a look into the fueling side of things as I'm not a expert by any means.
One interesting item which appears in many many threads is the oil supply location, I can say with absolute certainty that there is no need to run the oil supply from the oil pump area. There are tapped holes on the side of the cylinder head, at least 4 locations I used one of these with a 10mx1.25 banjo. The flow is huge much more than I expected, I'm sure I could run a 60 thou reducer in there and it will be fine and the oil flow is "at the end of the line" so all the other engine items have been fed first.
Also I used diesel air plumbing which has made the job a little easier, if you take a good look at how the diesel air system is arranged, it is much shorter than the petrol and I cannot understand why it was not used on the petrol. It's a true cold feed system and the pipe run is nearly half that of the petrol also the filter is a 1/3 bigger.
What I have learnt about this journey is take every thing you hear with a pinch of salt, people who claim to be experts may not be. For instance fitting the diesel air box requires a different rad support bracket, even thought I was told by two of the main independents that "it's the same" wrong!
I had a problem uploading photos from my ipad last night so when I can get to a computer I will try again.