my talon was a 91
one thing the will limit your potential horsepower with all the boost you wanna add is the fuel delivery. i have run a few different fuel injector calculators and just to get 300 hp , it comes up with about 31 lb/hr injectors. stock are 21 lb/hr. if you are running higher than stock boost, read your plugs after a run and see what they tell you. i had to read my plugs after every run with my talon and i was only running 11 psi of boost. if the timing was too far advanced, the octane was too low, or not enough fuel, you will see a peppering on the ceramic end of the plug. this is minor detonation. which is not good. next comes the electode melting off and then pistons melt.
if you are going to race, one thing i suggest stongly with any forced induction car. learn to read spark plugs
you will save money in new parts by doing this and run more consistent times. isnt this the key to bracket racing?
one more thing, one of the biggest problems with selecting injectors is the impedence( resistence) of the injector. if its not right, you will over work the electronics . accel just came out with this list of new injectors about a week ago according to SUMMIT. our injectors are 21 lb/hr stock, if you look at the ford T-bird sc 3.8, they have 30 lb/hr injectors stock. this is a big difference in size for the same size motor dont ya think?