You gave me another idea. I'm gonna scrap all of that **** and just find a nice v6 new edge on Facebook marketplace, buy a Godzilla engine and just stuff it in there with some help from my friends. For boost I'll just go whipple instead of twin turbo because they are my favorite supercharger. Yes I could go twin turbo but power isn't really what im looking for considering that a new edge with 420hp as it is is already a bit scary on its own. Twin turbo would just be overkill and I think theres a guy with a tt godzilla swapped fox body kicking ass on the drag strip. The reason why I was asking for numbers because if I remembered correctly, I think when Ford came out with the 1999 cobra, it was less powerful than the 98 cobra but when I try to look up some timings for these cars, most of it was inconsistent. But now none of that dosent matter anymore lol. I already have almost 5 grand saved up as of now so I'm nearly halfway there already. I'm guessing this project should be done in about a year from now give or take. I know its gonna be complicated as hell for me but it'll pay off and I'm gonna have something that not many people have. Thank you.
You already said you had a 2007 Mustang, then immediately after you said that you had a 2008 Mustang, but now supposedly you're looking for a 1999-04 fantasy car project. It seems to me that everything you say is dreams and fantasy. You also don't respond to half of the threads that you start. If you happen to be a kid then that's all good and fine but it's best to read and learn rather than pretend and bs.
So, for a 1999-04 v6 Mustang in fair shape($4000+) or nice shape($5000+), Godzilla engine($8000 + freight), control pack($3550), alternator/accessory drive install kit($750-$855), electronic throttle pedal($170), fuel/oil/wide band sensors($800), K-member($500), if stock manifolds aren't desired then Godzilla swap headers($1400), custom exhaust, compatible transmission, compatible torque converter, probably a custom driveshaft, 8.8" axle, full v8 suspension, and all the other things you'd need to make that work it's going to cost a whole LOT more than $5k-$10k. I didn't even get into A/C or a turbocharger/supercharger. You can add another $700-$1000 for the A/C compressor install kit and custom A/C lines and idk like maybe $6000-$8000 or so on a turbo/SC plus $2000k-$3000k for the specific control pack upgrade parts, high flow injectors, and fuel pump. Oh yeah, that engine probably won't fit under the stock hood so a few hundred for a fiberglass or carbon fiber one. I'm also definitely forgetting stuff here so there's plenty more $ needed on top of the at least $25k-$35k so far.
Ford Performance "Godzilla" V8 Crate Engine - 7.3L | M-6007-73 (lmr.com)
Team Z Mustang Matrix Tubular K-Member - 7.3L Godzilla Swap (94-04) (lmr.com)
OBR Ford 7.3 V8 'Godzilla' Engine Control Pack - OBR Control Systems Inc
Ford Godzilla Engine - 675HP Street Car Swap – Mast Motorsports
Ford Performance 7.3L Godzilla Accessory Drive Kit | M-8600-SD73 (lmr.com)
My suggestion is come down to earth once and for all and just go find a nice affordable GT, Cobra, or Mach 1. Once you own a Mustang then you can think about doing something to it that's within reason and reach. You've already admitted that you're a complete novice in another one of your other imaginative threads so you're not going to successfully do any kind of these projected major powertrain swaps or engine projects without experience, knowledge, and lots of $ first.