What I ended up with after I removed all that stuff. (one mount down, two to go – the fourth is left on, you’ll see)
Tie the slave cylinder up out of the way so its not stressing the clutch line.
Basically – there are four 12mm bolts that are holding the compressor on. Well that and an electrical clip. Don’t forget about the clip or you will embarass yourself in front of your friends. When removing the bolts, remove the two that are above the compressor first. The bolts are long and thin, so if you do the bottoms first, they won’t come off entirely and simply get in the way when you try to unbolt the top ones.
Untied the slave cylinder and tied the compressor in place. I then used the left over on the wire to secure the slave cylinder to the compressor.
This is the fuel line. More specifically, this is the spot where you should disconnect the fuel line if you intend to pull a 1zz/2zz engine from a Spyder. I simply pressed the white plastic thing together and the rubber line easily lifted off and out of the way.
Keep a rag handy for the little bit of gasoline that will pour out.
Yes, this white plastic thing.
Using a 10mm wrench to remove the bracket that keeps the hydraulic brake line from moving too much.
This is the ABS sensor for the wheel. There is a 10mm bolt that is holding it in place.