Yep, I did exactly that also.Planning on using the original 94 EFI right now it is on the engine stand I just purchased it removed the cross pipe on the rear of the heads and plugged the exhaust holes with allen bolts removed the EGR and put a plate over it. It has factory headers with a pipe from the headers to the EGR I plugged off that pipe on the header. Not too far into it yet.
If cost is a factor, strip it down and swap on the 66 timing cover and accessories, with a conversion 5.0 balancer. For the intake, use a Performer RPM and stock 66 distributor with steel gear installed. Use headers or manifolds compatible with a 66 Mustang. Powerful, reliable, and economical. Plus you won't have to mix and match parts (maintenance nightmare forever) or chop up your sheetmetal or tower braces.At the stage where I am stuck in re. to routing the air intake. No room to go forward, so have to go thru the right sidewall into the right front wheelwell.
Debating about going with Edelbrock ProFlo4 so can use regular top fitting air filter.
Dunno....cost overruns already.
Group Two were 2 door sedans, not fast backs in the early days of Trans Am racing with Mustangs, Camaros, Firebirds and Baracudas. Group Two on FB was originally dedicated to this but has since morphed into more road racing in general. We're a small but very diverse group with a lot of members from Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Those guys really love their racing and post some wild road racing clips. Lots of Jags, Holdens and Falcon XL's. Check us outWhat is Group Two about/for?