As the title states, I would like to know my best options, for making some decent power. I'm new to mustangs, v8's, and American cars in general. I'm a new owner to this 1994 5.0 and don't know much about them. It's a semi built 5.0 (I'll post some pictures, and info below). The last owners reason for getting rid of it was he stated that the motor in it (94 5.0) wouldn't hold as much power as he was looking for. I told him that I was looking for maybe 600-700hp and he stated that "anything beyond 500 and that block will split down the middle.how true is this statement? I'm going to be rewarded a decent sized signing bonus after I graduate basic training, and being a young careless kid, I was considering dumping some money into this car. If my hp goals are unrealistic, I'd like to avoid the trouble of putting money into this car. Anyways, here is the build info, and my thoughts on what to get. 3.73 Gears with a rebuilt track lock Tremec 3550 with Spec Stage 1 clutch XXX F1SE Roller block Ford 3476b hyper flat top pistons. 2MAE crank Clevite rod and main bearings Speed pro rings Dura bond cam bearings 10:1 compression Comp 35-328-8 cams Comp push rods 1.6 roller rockers comp valve springs Arp head bolts Arp header studs Arp intake manifold bolts Cometic headgaskets Twisted wedge aluminium heads with 58cc combustion chamber 70mm throttle body Cold air intake Mac short tube headers 24 lb injectors I planned on going with an On 3 Performance Turbo kit found here http://www.on3performance.com/shop/1994-95-mustang-gtcobra-turbo-system/ With custom options for 1. 76mm ceramic ball bearing turbo 2. 60 pounds injectors 3. 320 lph e85 capable fuel pump 4. MAF kit calibrated to injectors and flange. The total comes out to $2,588 Is there anything else, that could beat the price, and put me in a better position to make better numbers? Would 600-700hp be a reasonable goal with this kit given my build? (not regarding transmission, suspension, etc.) I don't mind swapping out somethings, such as lower compression pistons,a stronger crank, etc. but if it comes down to it, and I have to basically rebuild the motor, I rather save my money and spend it elsewhere. Thanks in advance!