Hey, new to the forum and new to fox body mustangs. Just bought a 93 lx hatchback 2.3. I just did a 5.0/aod swap and about to get it running. The specs are: -5.0 fresh factory short block bored .40 over w forged flat top four valve relief pistons. -out of the box afr165 renegade's with 1.6 scorpion roller rockers. -comp 35-314-8 hyd roller cam. -edelbrock performer 289 intake port gasket matched with a 4160 600cfm holley four barrell carb. -bbk long tube headers o/r x pipe with dynomax bullets dumped. -aod 3500 stall 4r70w gearset high rev governor shift kit for now plan on going full manual valve body with brake in the future. -the rear is the stock 7.5 for now with 3.73s and street tires(not gonna bother with slicks until I get an 8.8 lol) -suspension is all stock for now no connectors or reinforcements yet, waiting for more money to come my way and plan on that asap. Those are all my major mods got some other stuff like msd dizzy and box and manual steering and no accessories on the serpentine but the water pump and alt. Oh yeah and the car is completely gutted except cutting sheet metal. My question is what do you guys think this thing can do in the 1/8th and I'm hoping it's capable of at least mid 12s in the 1/4. Previously I had this entire drivetrain combo in my 1990 f150. I built the truck and took it to the track once made 3 passes ran a best of 9.33 @ 74 in the 8th. Race weight was 4000lbs. I was on some slicks and only cut a 2.0 60ft due to launching off the foot brake. I'm sure I could've ran at least a 9 in the truck with a driver mod, was my first time ever on a track. It gave me the "bug" and I immediately got on Craigslist and scored my fox body for 700 bucks running and driving. A couple weeks later it was gutted with a 5.0 in it can't wait to get it running and see if I can beat the truck's time on street tires. Thanks for reading!