There was never a 302 V8 SHO. First ones in the late 80'* started with a 3.0 Yamaha built 4 cam engine. Then in '92 the switched body styles with 2 different engines being provided: the same 30. for use in manual-equipped cars, and a slightly harger 3.2 version of that car to help make up for tha Automatic'* drain on the horsepower and torque. That was used until '96, when the new body style SHO was released, with an automatic tranny ONLY (and a very poor one at that.) It used a 3.4 liter DOHC (4 cam) V8 engine that was never raved about, mainly because for a V8 it put out a lackluster 245-ish horsepower (i'm not sure exactly). That model carried on until 1999, when the sho line was dropped completely.
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