FAST and fuel for the turbos
I'm assuming the 2V is built, in that it has a forged bottom and lower compression? I have a 4V with twins and a FAST but I understand the lower compression is really crucial on the 2V because the heads aren't as efficient??? Anyhow, your question was about the FAST EDIS to make it work..? The EDIS refers to "electronic distributorless ignitions system" and the module itself is internal in the 96+ EECV computer and is a separate unit altogether with the pre-96 EECIV computers. The FAST can be set up to run off a FAST crank trigger or the OEM Ford EDIS and OEM crank trigger which is what I have. You're best to go to a local wrecker and collect the EDIS module and wiring pigtail & connector (that's what I did). Look for a 93 Crown Vic, but I'm sure others work (1993 Lincoln Mark VIII 4.6L F5SZ-12K072-AA ). Essentially any 4.6 Ford product running a EECIV computer has the EDIS 8 module you'll need. You then just use the OEM crank trigger. The other way is to get a crank trigger (MSD) and then the FAST ignition unit, but that's expensive and not necessary in my opinion...
I went with a sumped Aeromotive fuel tank and A-1000 for now with an Aeromotive billet pump controller (for streetability) as it regulates the power to it so you're not running the pump at full speed when in the lower RPMs. I also have the Aeromotive rails and FPR along with 60lb injectors. With the FAST you can run the low impedance no problem, but I went high impedance. If you're running up to 900 RWHP then the next step up in pumps would be a good idea. The dual pumps found on the 03 cobra (boosted) is barely adequate from what I've heard.
Also, getting a proper VE table for the FAST as well as the other parameters is very crucial, such as timing and acceleration enrichment, closed loop and open... Best to find someone that can help set it up with the aid of a dyno perhaps, or a buddy that can do a lot of road testing and setup. I've yet to get my new setup to the dyno, because weather up here has been ****. I've had the HP twin turbo setup (Stage 1) installed on my 97 Cobra for a couple months now, and have just run it in the garage. First things first, I need to get an alignment because of the tubular K-member install and then to the dyno. I'll need to assist with the set up likely with my new found knowledge of the FAST system, but someone with some experience and know how would be better... Turbo Buick site is a good one for technical info, and so is Turbostangs. The installation itself was pretty straight forward too.
Let me know if you have any questions. The technical support at FAST is pretty good, but the information I was able to obtain forced me to figure it out mostly on my own or posting threads such as yours...