Alright, I am working on a project 89 Mustang LX, 5.0L convertible. The motor, a 302 ho, and tranny were both blown and i had a built of 302 and a c6 that I put into the mustang. HOWEVER, my question is this.... We got the built up engine, a 3o2, out of a mercury grand marquis. It didnt have any knocks and had good oil pressure, it was a great engine. However, we changed it over from EFI to Carbed (we put a Edelbrock VictorJR intake and Edelbrock 4bbl 650cfm carb on it) with headers. However, we didnt change the distributor because we didnt think we needed to... The mustang runs alright, and is deffinately drivable, but it doesnt have as much get-up and go as it should with a torquey, rebuilt c6 tranny and a good, built up 302. could the distributor, coming off a 302 efi engine, be whats holding the engine back? Is there a difference between a distributor from a "pre-86" carbed distributor and a "86-and later" efi distributor? Any Help in this area works. Will I need to get a different distributor or go points (isnt a problem) and purchase a distributor like a mallory or something???