Cop, have the connecting rods you already have reconned, and choose 302 pistons, and buy a 3.85 crank, Have the asembly balanced. That will give you a 393 if you go 030 over. Cheap, easy, and effective. LSG
I've heard about that. How much is balancing, or is that something I should just do myself with a scale?
The V6 converter came with the V6 transmission. It doesn't feel too loose or tight, so I'll re-use it unless I come across some reason I shouldn't.
1966 Mustang 302ci 4r70w, csrp front discs, 8.8 rear, EPAS, Fitech for fuel