I finally got back to work on the Mustang today. Several weeks ago, I pulled off the supercharger, water pump, and timing chain cover to fix several oil and coolant weeps. When my engine bay was less cluttered, I noticed the motor was sitting cocked on the driver side motor mount pad on the upr crossmember. So today I put the engine on a hoist and bolted on a set of maximum motorsport solid mounts that do not have they stupid little alignment tab. I was hoping i could get the moroso double sump oil pan off with the motor raised up, but the front sump still wont clear the steering rack. I guess tomorrow I will be lowering the rack so i can get the oil pan completely off, then put the timing cover and waterpump back on followed by the oil pan with the new gasket. Ive never removed a rack before, but it seems as an easier option than unbolting the tranny. I did get the oil pan to drop down enough to sneak a peek of the bottom end though and learned a little more about whats in my engine. The first thing I noticed was how clean everything was, followed by the forged Ross pistons, forged H beam rods that are not yet identified with arp rod bolts, and a forged crankshaft. I also noticed the rod angle seemed fairly high, which has me thinking that the crank may be more than a 3 inch stroke. Once I get the oil pan off, I should be able to get some part numbers to find out what exactly resides inside this dart block.