Wow, tons of stuff.
IMHO the no donor builds almost always are pretty heavily customized, so I don't know that you could get an "exact" list.
Probably the easiest way would be to get a big pile of donor parts, tear them completely down and get ford part numbers for all of them.
I learned today that the 87-93 fuel filler neck is discontinued, and that you have to go with a '94 - '95 one if you want new.
I think the most irritating part of my no - donor part has been the #)$(*&#@)#*$& pedal box. (Which I'm still "fussing" with.)
The rest of it has been pretty straight forward so far thanks to several vendors and individuals that go the extra mile.
If a vendor wanted to put together an aftermarket pedal box that fitted the FFR and used the mustang parts, I'd buy it.
Some big parts that people frequently use:
M-2300-K, 5 Lug Cobra brake kit
M-4006-B355 or B373 - 8.8" traction lok rear (B355 is the 3.55 gearset, B373 is 3.73)
M-7553-A302 Heavy duty clutch fork & cable
Baer equivalent to the M-2300-K is Baer P/N: E7FM100595HN, but requires a spindle core charge.
M-6375-A302 Steel 157 tooth 28.2oz flywheel for 351W - Requires N602549-S51M pressure plate bolts and D1Fz-6397B dowel pins.
Stay AWAY from the FRPP 351W FOX headers, they look like a monkey welded them and clearanced them with a sledge.
M-7003-Z T-5Z Trans
M-7003-R58 Tremec 3550
M-6392-R58 Tremec Bellhousing
(All 3 of these parts can be had in better ways from either forum advertisers or elsewhere on the web.)
If you're a newbie that's never seen an FFR in "kit" form or doesn't know anyone with one reading this... If you are considering a no-donor build, a phone conversation with Mike Mack, Gordon Levy, or Richard Oben is probably the best place to start.
100% my opinion: I wouldn't DREAM of starting a no-donor build without several things:
1.) Lots of car (Preferably FOX Mustang) experience.
2.) Really comfortable with tools.
3.) Comfortable with what I would call "loosey goosey" or "I'll "figger" it out" parts lists.
4.) Web surfing time or experience with these sites.
5.) Willingness to engage others in the process. Some of the members on these forums have been a WORLD of help. Most of them are full of information, suggestions, and sometimes good humor. *Don't Lurk, participate*
6.) NOT intimidated by a BIG ASS Project.
7.) Personal enjoyment in chasing stuff down.
8.) Money. It's not a cheap way to go.
Ok.. sorry for the book. At least I stuck some part numbers in there.