ok found something..
also found this a thread in the retrofit section of the forum.. a man retrofitted a gen 1 sbc in a lt car. he used the lt1 computer and fuel injection, the ltcc conversion and he modified a distributor base almost exactly of what i was thinking... wonder what distributor base he used... this is completely doable, almost certain of it.... if i had an ltcc or could afford an ltcc i would do this on the engine i'm possibly going to build..
this setup would eliminate the opti,and fix the oilpump drive issue, thinking it would eliminate the coil and icm. (think ltcc does that)..
someone could say why not convert to the eficonnection setup.. well, we have the ability to tune for free, and you have to pay out the rear for ls1 computer tuning capabilities..
after looking at the pic below, looks like he might have mounted a complete optispark base on a distributor shaft.. cant believe more havent done this or attempted it. this would make an lt1 pretty much bulletproof as far as the ignition system and oilpump drive go..
for someone building a a nice 355 or something and wanting to use the victor jr setup i think i would go this route for simply the free tuning options, i would be able to do it because of being a machinist i could do the work to the distributor for free pretty much..
added this: after some more thinking it wouldnt suprise me if some gen1 efi conversion kit wouldnt have a distributor that would drop in and be plug and play nearly...
another pic of the gen1 sbc he converted in the car with the ltcc on it..