The 302 returned to the Mustang in 1982 as the “5.0 High Output”. Manual-transmission equipped Mustangs were first equipped with two-barrel carburetors (1982), then a four-barrel Holley carburetor (1983–85). The block was fitted with revised, taller lifter bosses to accept roller lifters, and a steel camshaft in 1985, and electronic sequential fuel injection was introduced in 1986. While sequential injection was used on the Mustang beginning in 1986, many other vehicles, including trucks, continued to use a batch-fire fuel injection system. Ford offered a performance head that was a stock part on 1993–1995 Mustang Cobra. The 302 eventually replaced by the 4.6 L Modular engine starting in the early 1990s.