Making power with a forced induction motor is not a problem. The problem is containing it without ripping apart the motor. Ford used forged pistons from 87-92, whereas in 93 hypereutetic pistons were the factory option. Forged pistons are the key here, as hypereutetics are known to crack under the strain placed on them by a charger. Furthermore, the stock cylinder head bolts won’t hold up under boost, either. Thus it is highly recommended when going forced induction to upgrade to head studs, otherwise it is very easy to lift a head and/or blow a gasket.
The stock roller is too considered a weak point from a forced induction perspective. It is very easy to get carried away cranking up the boost and splitting the block, which happens at around 500HP. If you plan to go big with boost, you may want to consider an aftermarket block.