Re: 90 mustang
Honestly, don't touch the cam right off the bat. Spend your money on other parts because there's no point in slapping in a cam for a combination that you're just going to be upgrading later anyway. A stock 5.0L roller cam is quite capable of producing power up to point where you can possibly have to worry about your stock 5.0L block, so unless you're instantly building something really crazy, concentrate on spending your cash elsewhere first because you'll get better results from other mods first.
Now, depending on what's already done, and what you're looking at for a budget, go with subframes first to stiffen the chassis before adding more power, then look at stuff like exhaust, gears, heads, intake, blower and suspension.
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