For a torque motor, you'll be in the 150-160hp range with 200-210ftlbs.
There's a plug and play microsquirt that you can use to replace the stock 22RE ECU.
I think LCE has a replacement non-flapper air flow meter that's also plug and play.
You could avoid the whole air flow meter by going to a MAP system. Either speed-density or percent baro (variation of speed-density)
Not sure if plug and play microsquirt can be changed to MAP type. (this would allow you to start with plug and play microsquirt, get it working, then get rid of air flow meter later)