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1999-2004 Mustang GT 4.6L 2V Performance Parts

The New Edge SN95's remain amazingly popular, even though many aspects of their performance are largely overshadowed by the S197s. We here at Stage 3 Motorsports love the sleek SN95s and keep a ton of performance parts for these excellent Mustangs in stock including cold air intake upgrades, performance exhaust kits.


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1999 to 2004 Mustang GT FAQ

The New Edge Mustangs were a pretty awesome set of cars, thought they may go a little unappreciated these days. While the 260 horsepower output of the 2V 4.6L V8 may not seem that great these days, it was more than enough for us back then, and with a few Mustang performance parts from Stage 3 you can stay competitive with more modern Ponies with ease. With prices fairly low on the 1999 to 2004 Mustangs these days, you use all that spare cash to build a customized monster that will leave you breathless.

What parts should I get first?

As with basically every other Mustang on the road, you should start with the intake system. A cold air intake along with a powerful throttle-plenum and a set of underdrive pulleys will free up a bunch of the restrictions caused by the factory air box and give you a nice bump in horsepower and torque in an easy to install package.

What's the difference between a throttle body and throttle-plenum?

The plenum on your 1999 to 2004 Mustang GT is just a bit of tubing after your throttle body and before your intake manifold. A standard throttle body simply replaces your factory throttle body and leaves the stock plenum. A throttle-plenum, like the ones from BBK Performance combine the throttle body and plenum into one unit which greatly increase airflow efficiency. Throttle-plenums are, hands down, the better option and can give you a real power gain that you'll easily feel.

How does a tuner work?

A tuning device is able to hook into and change certain settings of your Mustang's Powertrain Control Module (PCM) like fuel rates, timing curves, and other functions to get you more horsepower. All of our 1999-2004 Mustang GT tuners plug into your Pony's OBD-II port and can upload a new and improved tuning file in only a few minutes. Some of our more high-powered Mustang parts even require tuning to get their maximum performance and to avoid engine damage.

I want a better exhaust note. Stock is weak.

Then you need a cat-back exhaust kit for your 1999-2004 Mustang GT. Unlike the newer Mustangs that have their mufflers mounted behind their axles, older Ponies like the 1999 to 2004 Mustangs used a mid-muffler setup that requires more extensive cat-back kits in order to get a sound gain. If you want both sound and power, then you'll need a long tube header and mid-pipe kit for your 2-valve 4.6L V8.

How many modifications can I stack on before needing tuning?

Unlike the newer S197 Mustangs, the PCM in the 1999 to 2004 2V Mustangs is fairly basic and you can throw on an intake, throttle plenum (or throttle body) and shorty headers before you need tuning. Tuning does help with even the most basic of upgrades, but it's not entirely necessary.

What are my supercharger options?

It's pretty much just Vortech and ProCharger centrifugal supercharger kits at this point. Whipple, Roush, and Saleen have discontinued all of their kits for the older Mustangs. ProCharger's kits are more popular and help your engine generate up to 400 horsepower.