Originally Posted by 1995boss
Thank you my friend. Always can count on you. I've been thinking what books did you read to gain knowledge about performance modifications? I have " how to build big-inch ford small blocks" book and a forced induction book. What books would you advise?
I have so many, it's hard to choose, so I will list what I have.
One of my favorites, but it doesn't cover your 95 is the "Ford Fuel Injection & Electronic Engine Control" by Charles O. Probst, SAE. I have both copies, the 1980-1987 & the 1988-1993 versions. You might search and see if he wrote a version for your year model. His information is very complete and detailed and he discusses both sides on modifications. The government regulations side and the enthusiast's side.
I also have numerous Chilton's repair manuals. They are invaluable sources of information and specifications when you need them.
Any Ford service manuals you can get your hands on for your year model are also very useful and will contain information not found in other sources.
I have a Ford Mustang Projects book, which mostly contains information on projects that is also easily available online, but for quick reference out in the shop they are useful.
Second favorite, I also have a copy of the "Official Ford Mustang 5.0 Technical Reference & Performance Handbook", by Al Kirschenbaum. It has tons of info for researching, rebuilding, restoring and upgrading the 79-93 V8 models including special models and limited editions.
And I have a copy of the "Mustang Performance Handbook", by HP Books/William R. Mathis. It outlines engine and drivetrain modifications for street, drag or road racing. It says it is for 79-Present Mustangs, but "Present" means 1994 when it was first printed.
I am currently looking for a copy of a Mustang suspension book, which I can't remember the exact name of at the moment.