I have the engine from my '94 GT out of the car and on an engine stand. The rear main seal was leaking and since I have to tear the bottom end of the engine down to change out a $3 seal, I might as well go a bit further. I've never gotten into a fuel injected engine, more specifically an engine with a computer. I assume that any performance parts put into the engine will have to be dealt with in the programming of the computer so that it runs correctly. Since the engine is on a stand, anything I do to it will be relatively easy, since it's right there in the open. The engine has 160,000 miles on it, and I'll probably have a machine shop clean up the cylinder walls and crank journals. So without going crazy into this thing, but mainly freshening it up, what else would you all do to it if it was yours? In stock form, I was happy with the performace, but higher horsepower is always welcome. I'm not looking to spend a fortune, and I don't want so much power that it becomes unreliable. Cylinders bored out a bit.........what pistons? Camshaft.....stock or more performance oriented? Is there a good prepackaged kit out there, with more performance in mind than stock, that I can buy, install it all, have the computer programmed, and then just drive it? What would you all do? Just looking for suggestions before I do anything. Thanks!