Mods so far:'93 Mustang T5 manual transmission, E7 cylinder heads, HO cam, HO intake, 19lbs injectors, Speed Density 5.0 HO Computer, Chuck W motor mounts, 8.8 turbo coupe 3.73 rearend (totally rebuilt), front and rear swaybars from turbo coupe, Summit Racing adjustable proportioning valve, Ford Motorsport prop. valve plug, all new rear brake pads; rotors turned and caliper rebuild kit, new turbo coupe specific emergency brake cables, Steeda mustang springs, 17" Chrome 93 Cobra wheels, Falken Ziex 512 tires 245/45/17, Mustang GT 11'' front brakes and spindles with Lincoln calipers and Hawk pads, weld in Subframe connectors, CHE adjustable upper and lower rear control arms, Stewart-Warner tach, BBK 1515 headers, BBK 2.5" h-pipe, Pypes violator stainless catback, 15:1 steering rack and PS pump for TC or Sport Thunderbird, custom made aluminum driveshaft, Ford Racing 9mm plug wires, MSD cap/rotor, MSD blaster coil, Police fan and fan clutch, Steeda aluminum clutch quadrant, Steeda adjustable clutch cable, BBK adjustable Fuel Pressure regulator, 20% window tintTo-do list: 1.) interior redone2.) convert to MAF The standard output 5.0 powerplant is rated at 155hp@3400 and 265 ft/lbs@2200 from the factory. Not a barn burner by any means but it definately has some potential. And it was a hell of a lot more potent than a 305 GM product of the same era. However, by swapping my SO motor to HO specs, I picked around 75 hp (stock Mustangs were 225 hp). Combined with the underdrive pullies, smog pump delete, BBK headers and H-pipe it should be pretty potent compared to what it was in stock form.