Typical fanboy nonsense and the whole LOLOLOLOLOL retarded shit makes you look about 12 so this is probably going to go right over your adolescent head. Both of those you listed are opinion with no facts to support them.
How about this instead...
1. Ford platforms are lighter and have far superior suspension designs.
2. Ford suspension and drivetrain parts are cheaper and stronger than the GM equivalents.
I'm in no way saying a SBF couldn't make that happen cause it absolutely can. I'm saying if I was going to do an LS swap, that's the route I would go. I'd still do a 351W based SBF before the LS, even though a 351W wouldn't last very long at all over 600whp on stock rods and pistons. Cool your little fanboy attitude.
Well since you missed it, my "lololololololol" was in response to my own Fast the Furious quote I snuck into my reply. SO, CHILL THE FUCK OUT!
I agree that your two points are factual, but my two points are fun. FUN FACT, I AM AWESOME!
No I am not twelve, but I try not to grow up because growing up sucks. It is full of RESPONSIBILITY and no imagination.
And I'm not a FANBOY. I like all cars and all brands, except Honda, fuck honda. I grew up in household where Corvettes, Mustangs, Trans Ams, Toyotas, and Mopars all live together in harmony. That doesn't mean I'm swapping a LS into my fox because "its cheap" and so am I.
As far as your "stock rod and piston" argument goes it is invalid. It won't last and therefore is bullshit. Who wants to drive or race a time bomb? Not me. I'll build it right the first time and have something that lasts.
I'll take that Ford Racing 363 with a healthy shot of sqeeze over a turbo, junkyard GM, time bomb cheapskate combo any day.
That said there are plenty of 240sx and other imports that are perfect for LS swaps.
SAVE THE MUSTANGS!!