It's been almost two decades since the new Fox-4 body style was introduced. If you want to bring out the best of your Pony for street or track racing, we have you covered with some of the best modifications you can find. Adding on a cold air intake is an easy and simple way to improve performance. Once your Mustang has all that extra speed, you're going to want to consider some extra stopping power with our brake upgrades.
Wait... what engine do I have?
If you have a 1994 or 1995 Mustang GT, you're rocking the trusty Ford 302 Small Block V8 OHV that's been in use since the late stoneages (or as we call them, the mid 60's). If you have a 1996 to 1998 Mustang GT, you have a 2V 4.6L Modular V8 SOHC. If you have a 1994 to 1998 Mustang V6, you have a 3.8L OHV Essex V6 motor.
My 1994 to 1998 Mustang has seen much better days. What can I do?
It does take some doing, but these cars can look damn amazing. A lot of people looking for a refresh start out by grabbing a set of lowering springs or a complete suspension kit.