Thats right , the 7 p's ....proper prior planning prevents piss poor performance !
When you say oil cooler pipes do you mean the water cooler ? Obviously not oil. I suppose i have to admit that on a certian breed of audi i do that as they are easier to get to. In series yes.
But long coolant pipes will have very little affect on change over time, its a pumped, sealed system (hopefully) as long as the pipes all stay in the engine bay, and dont get nasty windchill along route you will be ok.
Now, if you are struggling with getting your injector blocks location right, you could consider pre warming them using your long coolant pipes along the way. Reducing the possibility of heavy ends forming, as its only first thing when the change over temp is low that it really happens. As the coolant temp dictates change over and unfortunately not the actual gas change over temp. So coolant temp at say 30 but you will notice gas temp at that point is only actually 1 or 2 degrees. So you up the change over to compensate to say 45 where the gas temp is 9-10 degrees. Which makes things better. But a couple of hundred yards longer first thing. Not really noticeable in the grander scheeme of things. But definetely noticeable with injector longevity.
Is this the valvetronic ? Oh we are going to have some fun and games later on in this thread !
Install it all as normal... Standard map set up etc. it has to be installed just as every other system.
A bizarre left feild question for you if it is ! Does the cigarette lighter socket come on when you put the key in the ignition and go off when you take it out ? Put your phone charger in and see.. All will become clear, dont worry