www . motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) shows : Ignition timing ( 10 degrees BTDC ) for a 1988 Ford Mustang 5.0 L unless engine decal shows different
10 degrees BTDC ( unless engine compartment decal shows different )
regular unleaded , 87 octane ( if the timing is set to factory specs at 10 degrees BTDC )
No , the 5.0 liter High Output V8 engine in a 1991 Ford Mustang GT has a timing CHAIN
It has a timing chain.
Yes they will bolt down with no modifications
In a 1994 ( Ford Mustang ) GT : The 5.0 litre V8 engine has a timing CHAIN
1964 1/2 Shleby mustang 1965 Mustang GT 1966 Mustang GT 1967 Mustang GT 1968 Mustang GT/CS 1969 Mustang Mach 1 1970 Mustang Mach 1 1971 Boss Mustang 1972 Mustang Mach 1 1973 Mustang Mach 1 1979 Mustang 1982 Mustang GT 1983 Mustang GT 1984 Mustang GT 1985 Mustang GT 1986 Mustang GT 1987 Mustang GT 1988 Mustang GT 1989 Mustang LX 1990 Mustang GT 1991 Mustang GT 1992 Mustang GT convertible 1993 Mustang GT/Saleen(possible) 1993 Mustang Cobra 1994 Mustang Cobra/GT 1995 Mustang GT 1996 Mustang Cobra 1997 Mustang Cobra 1999 Mustang Cobra 2001 Mustang GT/Cobra 2002 Saleen Mustang S-281-E/Mustang GT 2003 Mustang Cobra 2004 Mustang GT 2005 Mustang GT 2006 Mustang GT 2007 Mustang GT 2008 Mustang GT P.S. Shelby used to be the original mustang owner in the 1960s but in later years was bought out by Ford -Doug
I believe that is 210 horsepower
Mustang's have timing chains not belts and do not have interference engines. Change the timing chain when it brakes or stretches to the point it throws off your valve timing.