Aaron 4.6 said:
Jayson, how bout just lurking the forums or doing a few searches before posting threads covering ground that has been trampled to dust by thousands of Mustang owners?
Its bad enough to only want low-hanging fruit, but its damned annoying to ask others to pick it for you. No flame intended, but you'll learn a lot just by reading for a few weeks.
I asked him the same thing yesterday...
Jayson, we really don't mind answering questions. In fact, we like it so much that we end up spending a lot of time doing just that. But answering the same questions over and over gets old - so, before you do, please do us all a favor and don't even try to ask "Which is better 373s or 410s?" or "Which exhaust system is best" or "Which tires fit on these wheels?" or "Which springs", etc, etc, etc.
Narrow your search a little more. Or sift thru the ones you do find. Or present us with a plan and ask our opinion if that's what you want. This would be better than the endless new threads, and we could have a better understanding of what you are trying to do and give you better insight.
As I said yesterday, make some sort of plan (even if it's just in your head) of what you want to build. And please don't bore us with a pipe dream. (Sorry, but I've seen many younger new stang owners who come in here and ask a million quesions like they're ready to build a race car, only to find out they work at a grocery store making $6.00/hour.)
I'm just giving you this advice to try and help you, not put you off. I'd rather see you get the answers you want and need than pi$$ people off and get discouraged. We are here to help and truly enjoy doing so. There are some real expects out here with tons of experience.