Before the introduction of the 05+ models, 1994-'04 Mustangs represented a high-water mark for late- model Mustang enthusiasts. From the '94-'95s with the 5.0L, through the '96-'04 models with the 2- and 4-valve 4.6Ls, to the Bullitt, Mach 1, and factory supercharged '03-'04 Cobras - never before has such a range of highly modifiable performance cars been available. These Mustangs were great performers straight from the factory, but they can be even better with the right combination of performance parts. Regardless of which '94-'04 Mustang you start with, the availability of high- performance parts is impressive. You can build your Mustang for drag racing, road racing, or improved street performance - and High- Performance Mustang Builder's Guide 1994-2004 will show you how! Author Sean Hyland uses over 300 photos to explain how to upgrade your Mustang's engine, suspension, chassis, transmission, rear end, brakes, and body. There's even a special chapter on getting active in various forms of organized racing.
Sean Hyland has raced, wrenched, and developed Mustangs for more than half of his 30 years in motorsport. Having cut his teeth in autocross and pro rally competition in the early 1980s, he moved on to be a successful driver and team owner in the Firehawk Endurance road race series in the 1990s. As Sean became immersed in developing the 4.6-L engine in the mid 1990s, time commitments forced his own motorsport adventures to take a back seat to his business, Sean Hyland Motorsport. Sean is still at the forefront of 4.6-L Modular V-8 development today, and he's justifiably proud of his achievements, most notably the 4.6-L and 5.4-L engine block that he designed for high-performance applications. Today, Sean is involved with making Mustangs go faster every day, and he's also the resident racing expert on Speed Channel's Sports Car Revolution. Sean lives with his wife and two girls in Ontario, Canada.