<!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Hoseman</i> <b><!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from SuprJames</i> <b>OK, I don't feel like quoting all the people that are idiots. I'm going to start with the person who said that the 4.6 Litre Mustang can easily be tuned. The car is already a DOHC car and now that they've strapped a supercharger to it they've mangaged to pull it up to 390 hp.......oh WOW big deal!! </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE --> You know nothing about the 2003 Cobra. First it has a very underated 390 horsepower. Most owners are making around 370 horsepower at the wheels, which is 426 at the engine. Now there have been many owners that have had incredible gains with many small mods. Like a $200 Mafterburner tool which allows the owner to change the A/F ratio. With just that they have made 430 horsepower at the wheels. Swapping out the restrictive exhaust results in 400 rwhp from stock. Pullies, also very impressive gains. With pullies, exhaust, chip, and a tune they approach 500 rwhp. ThatÂs with only $1500 in mods. The 03 Cobra is THE car to mod. The heads and cams LS1 guys will not even touch a 03 Cobra with the above setup, and yet heads and cams cost much much more. FYI the overhead cam design responds so much better to forced induction than the pushrod LS1s. The DOHC 4V 4.6 just has so much more potential (and interest) its a shame that people like you are so misinformed. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from SuprJames</i> <b>The LS1 has way more potential than any Ford engine out there. It's versatility has been proven time and time again. This car is sweet and I'm sue we'll be seeing a police package also. </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE --> Hey buddy. Than explain why there are no 8 second LS1s. While there are hundreds of 4.6s that are even faster. Seems like the 4.6 got you beat.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE --> LOL, why would SVT underrate their hp?? It makes absolutely no sense. I hate people that start yelling, "the factory understated the hp." Maybe 20 years ago when insurance companies thought that having more hp meant that you'd get in more wrecks, and car companies were sensitive to that. It's not like that anymore. Companies squeeze every bit of power they can for those figures bc they're important!! Almost all companies today round their hp up to the nearest multiple of 10. Your 8 sec. 4.6 litre engines have nothing to do with the LS1 because they're not just tuned engines. They're engines with new everything built to Ford specifications so they can race in some class. I'm sure there are more small block Chevys (350s, 383s, 420s) in drag racing than Ford 4.6's. I know that it's a hell of alot easier to get hp out of an LS1 engine than it is out of a Mustang 4.6 litre engine. It's easier to work on, cheaper, and there are so many more parts out there for it. As for the 03' Cobra being "the car to mod", remember that it's ALREADY modded!! It's already got a supercharger strapped to it. It's already got all the performance parts SVT could strap on it cost efficiently. On top of that YOU don't know anything about the 03' Cobra SVT because YOU'VE never seen one!! I guarantee it would be more cost effective to just buy a base Cobra (or Mustang) and put your own mods into it to get it to 600 hp. or whatever you want. Anyway, the LS1 represents some of the best technology out there and the Cobra SVT has nothing on it. The fuel injection systems DO respond great to forced induction having seen it (it being both superchargers and turbochargers) done on numberous Corvettes and a few Trans Ams. I've also seen a $5,000 supercharger on a Mustang Cobra and all it netted the guy was a burned up clutch and around 400 hp.