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Your pics didn't come up for me. But, as far as the auto trans goes, I got a built A4LD trans from PATC. Just search for "PATC". If you don't want to go for a built unit, you can get replacement parts for the bits of the A4LD that wear out.
 

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is patc a member? second gear is shot im my wifes stang and i need a a4ld and the shop wanted 1600 to rebuild it
I doubt that they're a member. Search on the web for them. I've heard that they can be a little expensive to rebuild. I know of someone in AZ that can rebuild one cheaper than $1600.
 

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Where can i get new engine mounts and fuel injectors from?
Will boring the block 30 over affect in a negative way the computer - remaining normally aspirated for now?

Need to know what all I can do without messing the computer
Getting a set of convertible mounts would be better than finding a new set of coupe/hatchback mounts. I put a set of the latter ones on my '93, but I ended up having to do a little fabrication to make them work. That's because the remanufacturer didn't build them to 'exactly' fit the engine. So, if you can find a convertible 'Stang in a wrecking yard/auto recycler, get the mounts and perches that attach to the K-member. You should be able to get the rubber mounts through most parts stores.

I would think that boring the cylinder block wouldn't mess up the computer tune. Changing the stroke would. My advice, don't bore more than you have to. This may lead to cooling issues.
 
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