The 2005 to 2009 V6 Mustangs don't get a lot of love from some of those other guys out there, but we here at Stage 3 Motorsports appreciate all of Ford's Mustangs, even the humble six-shooters with their 4.0L Colognes. Despite what the V8 purists may think, the 4.0L V6 is an extremely reliable engine and can handle a perfectly decent amount of power-adders and Mustang V6 performance parts without so much as a grumble. Combine that with a clean, good-looking body style and you have the makings of an excellent and aggressive 2005 to 2009 Mustang V6 build that will turn heads and take names.
How do your cold air intake and tuning package work?
Cold air intakes (CAIs) generate more airflow at a lower temperature than your factory air box. The larger and denser air charge provides extra power. Tuning involves changing he settings of your Mustang's Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to change your Mustang's fuel curves and timing to get even more power. Combined into one kit, a CAI and tuner is a potent upgrade that adds more performance than the parts would separately.
How to I get a better exhaust sound?
The quick, easy way is with an axle-back exhaust kit. Axle-back kits replace your muffler and tips and can generally be swapped in and out in only a few minutes. Mustang V6 axle-back exhaust kits provide a great sound with minimal effort.
But I want that GT look and feel.
In that case, you'll need a dual exhaust conversion kit. Our most popular is our JBA Y-pipe kit that adds another muffler and is a relative bolt-on piece. The only thing you'll need is a couple of exhaust hangars and a rear valance/fascia that can accept a dual exhaust.
I need a ton of power in a hurry. What are your supercharger options?
Our 2005 to 2009 Mustang V6 Superchargers include options from both Vortech and X-Charger, with our X-Charger kits being the most popular. Either way you slice it, a supercharger can easily add up to upwards of 100 horsepower to your Mustang's total output.