I recently purchased a 94 mustang base model it has a 95 3.8L in it I have to replace the head gaskets on it now is there anything in this kit that is not included that I may need to pick up kit includes:
Head Gaskets Included: Yes
Intake Gaskets Included: No
Valley Pan Included: No
Oil Pan Gasket Included: Yes
Rear Main Seal Included: Yes
Exhaust Manifold Gaskets Included: Yes
Exhaust Pipe Gasket Included: No
Valve Cover Gaskets Included: Yes
Valve Stem Seals Included: Yes
Water Pump Gaskets Included: Yes
Timing Cover Gaskets Included: Yes
Timing Cover Seal: Yes
Water Neck Gasket Included: Yes
Fuel Pump Gasket Included: Yes
Distributor Gasket Included: Yes
Fuel Injector O-Rings Included: No
Upper Intake Manifold Plenum Gasket Included: No
Head Fasteners Included: No
Should I rebuild the bottom end as well, the car never over heated I stopped driving it after the head gasket blew never got to hot to really overheat??
When its good and running I want to put a electric supercharger on it just to save a lil money instead of buyin a regular supercharger for it right now but on down the road i'm gonna put a new engine in it and a real supecharger...
which one is better or should I not go there....
link 1:Electric Superchargers from Shoreline Technologies, the only quality Supercharger on the net!
link 2:Electric Superchargers
I'm not tryin to add to much hp on the engine just wanting to try a couple things out....
thanks for everybody's thoughts and tips....