I have done quite a bit of looking through different threads trying to get all the bits and pieces of info that would be needed to do this mod. I think I have everything but I am sure there is a good chance I am missing something. My goal is to get enough info here to make it worth a sticky. I think I may tackle this when I go to do a 3.2 swap in my mtx. Seems some parts are easier to do without the motor inside. Advantages: Better suspension geometry (control arms), the awesome Gen3 ZF steering rack, and bolt-in (as opposed to the stock Gen1/2 pressed-in) front bearings. Ride and handling are improved, brake squat and front end lift at launch are reduced, torque steer is reduced, wheel bearings are easier to change, suspension bushings are easier to change and less expensive __________________ Parts: 96-97 SLO: subframe (easiest to modify) spindles control arms and knuckles swaybar (or just the mounts) outer tie rod ends ABS sensors. 96-99 SHO: steering rack with pressure & return hose Gen3 rack bolts (they are longer) Use existing Struts & Motor Mounts The modified pressure line for the gen 3 power steering rack consists of the pump side of a gen 2 line and the rack side of a gen 3 line… or put the Gen 3 rack fitting on the end of the Gen 1/2 hose. The gen3 subframe may need collars on the swaybars (your mileage may vary). The stock bar has that, but they dont have a 24mm. So if you use a gen2 24mm bar you may need to use collars. on the '96-'97 you have to raise the level of the subframe where you drill the new hole to prep it for the new mount 5/8”. put a couple of the washers from the front axle nuts between thesubframe and the motor mount. Some of the 96/97 subframes do not have a divot where you need to move the front mount location so washers are not necessary. You need to relocate is the front motor mount hole 2" left and may need to space it up about 5/8" To put the Gen3 subframe into a mtx car, you need to relocate the trans mount forward, notch the subframe tube for the transmission, and space up the front motor mount location about 5/8". If Doing the gen 3 brake modification at the same time: For a 94-95 Sho, need FN74 Bracket Brakes and Rotors for a 96 SHO Courtesy of rubydist according to AllData (Torque Specs): control arm rear bolts 72-97 lb-ft front bolt 57-75 lb-ft lower ball joint 50-67 lb-ft lug nuts 85-104 lb-ft stabilizer bar brackets 22-29 lb-ft rack bolts 85-99 lb-ft stabilizer bar endlinks - 57-75 lb-ft at strut, 35-46 lb-ft at bar (??) front hub to knuckle - 61-78 lb-ft tie rod end 35-46 lb-ft caliper anchor bracket bolts - 65-87 lb-ft axle nut 179-203 lb-ft front knuckle pinch bolt 72-97 lb-ft Torque the control arm to subframe bolts with the full weight of the car on that corner of the suspension (jack the underside of the control arm, near the balljoint, up until it just lifts off the nearest jackstand).