I do not recommend rebuild "kits" for the 2.3L turbo.
The #1 reason is because almost all of them come with hypereutectic pistons, which you don't want, because they do not hold up in a turbo engine.
The #2 reason is because if your engine is still running, you probably don't even need a whole kit.
When I rebuilt the '84 turbo engine I put in my old TC, the only things I replaced on the rotating assembly were the bearings, rings, and rod bolts (used ARP rod bolts instead of stockers). There was a little scuffing on the thrust side of the pistons but the bores were not out of round and the pistons were still in good shape. Never had a problem with it after reassembly.
I think the only things I actually bought were rings, a bearing kit, and a full gasket kit. I had the parts store hot tank the block, hone it, and put in new freeze plugs and aux shaft bearings, and had a machine shop put new valve guides in the head, do a valve jobm, and install new cam bearings. That was all it needed.
'05 Mustang GT Premium
CMS Stage 1 cams, C&L Racer, Lito tune, Jeg's oil sep, CMDP, SR UDP's, JBA Ceramic LT's & catted shorty H, Magnaflow resonators, Ford Racing Touring axle back, BMR springs, Koni STR.T, BMR LCA's & backets, J&M upper & mount, J&M Al panhard, DIY panhard brace, Steeda Tri-Ax, smoked corners, smoked LED taillights