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It is actually a direct fit, however there are a couple things you will need to change on your SN95 Mustang
I would recommend using a set of Canton valve covers (CAN-65345) and this Ford Racing timing cover/water pump kit ( M8501A50). You may need a cowl hood and a 1 inch intake manifold spacer for extra clearance
Answered by Jeff J. from Waco | Comment 1 0
I think this motor would easily handle that kind of boost Michael. A stock 5.0 will handle 8-10 lbs of boost and since this is a 4 bolt main block with a complete forged rotating assembly, you would be more then safe assuming you have a good tune and the fuel and ignition system has been upgraded as well.
I am not sure what head gaskets and bolts they use, but I would imagine they are the highest quality FRPP items.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
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