Hello all, I'd like to introduce my 2007 Mustang GT and chronicle progress as well as ask any questions for my 3v red-headed stepchild here. First, the mods: Engine/Drivetrain Modifications - FRPP Bullitt intake - Kooks Catback - MGW Short Throw Shifter - Exedy Mach 400 Clutch - Exedy Lightweight Flywheel - Black FRPP Valve Covers - Steeda HD Engine Mounts - JHR Stainless Steel Clutch Line - FRPP Intake Manifold Suspension Modifications - Cortex single adjustable JRi coilovers - Cortex track-spec watts link - BMR Double Adjustable LCAs with spherical bearings - BMR LCA Relocation Brackets - BMR UCA & mount with spherical bearing - CHE K-Member Brace with Torque Limiters - Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer Kit - Steeda Balljoints - Prothane front lower control arms bushings - Whiteline front sway bar Wheel/Tire Modifications - 18x9.5 Forgestar CF5s (cracked one of these, will be replaced with 18x11s) - 275/40-18 Hankook RS4s - J&M Stainless Steel Brake Lines - Ford Racing Brembos - Pagid RSTs - ARP studs/open lug nuts Interior/Exterior Modifications - 8" Shorty Antenna - Raxiom Sequential Taillights - MMD Matte Black Taillight Trim - MMD Spoiler - GT/CS Front & Rear Bumpers - SHR Decklid Panel - Smoked Turn Signals - Steeda Hood Pins - Track Spec Motorsports GT2 louvers - Cobra Suzuka Pro seats - Maximum Motorsports rollbar - Racequip six point harnesses - Bullitt grille Awaiting Installation - FRPP Hot Rod Cams - FRPP Shorty Headers - FRPP X-Pipe - FRPP High Performance Radiator - Ford High Performance Cooling Fan - Ford High Volume Oil Pump - Multimatic UCA - FRPP Boss 302S LCAs - FRPP One-piece Driveshaft - Boss 302 Strut Tower Brace - FRPP Steering Wheel - FRPP 62mm Throttle Body - FRPP FR500S Axle-Back - FRPP LCA Relo Mounts - FRPP Motor Mounts That list is probably missing something. The day I brought it home: At the track: I've been to Streets of Willow, Palmer, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Thompson, and Lime Rock Park. I'd like to move into NASA time trials some day but for the time being I am quite happy just enjoying the hobby. I plan to do some aero mods, such as a splitter, diffuser, and possibly a wing. My biggest debate is what to do with the engine. I do enjoy having a nice, reliable motor even if it's not the fastest, so I may just do some bolt-ons to get a little more oomph, but forced induction (and supporting mods) or a Coyote swap aren't out of the question. I'm wary of the extra weight, cooling, and fuel needs that come with supercharging and the expense of a Coyote swap makes it a turn-off, which is why I may just stick with some nice bolt-ons. Any thoughts?