The 2010 Mustangs are kind of a "middle child" of Ford's Pony car history, with the newer body style of '11 to '14 Mustangs, but the older 3V 4.6L V8 and 4.0L V6 of '05 to '09 Mustangs. Despite having the slightly weaker engine than the newer Ponies, you can still have a ton of fun with either your 2010 Mustang GT or Mustang V6 by grabbing a few (or a bunch) of high-quality 2010 Mustang performance parts from your friends here at Stage 3. We carry everything from basic 2010 Mustang cold air intakes and pieces of interior trim to awesome 2010 Mustang supercharger kits and complete 2010 Mustang body kits.
What do I have exactly?
If you're in the right place, then you have either a 2010 Mustang GT equipped with a 3V 4.6L Modular V8 or a 2010 Mustang V6 with a 4.0L V6 engine.
What are the best upgrades for my Mustang?
2010 Mustang Cold air intake and tuner packages like Airaid's intake and tuner combos for both the 4.6L GT and 4.0L V6., without question. These kits give your Mustang's motor a big kick in the pants and get you a bunch of extra horsepower and torque with minimal effort and a hassle-fee installation.
How do Mustang cold air intakes and tuner work?
2010 Ford mustang Cold air intakes provide your stang with a larger volume of cooler charge air. Mustang tuners alter key parameters of your Mustang's Powertrain Control Module (PCM) such as fuel curves, timing, and etc. to get you some more horsepower and torque. When you combine a Mustang cold air intake and handheld tuner, you can get more power than using one or the other separately.
I just want my Mustang to sound awesome. What should I get?
If you just want a good sound, then our 2010 Mustang GT axle-back exhaust kits are definitely for you. Axle-back exhausts are easy, simple, and get you the sound you want in no time.
Power is great, but now what?
If you don't want to become one with your natural surroundings (i.e. throw your Pony into a ditch or tree), then we suggest stocking up on suspension and 2010 Mustang brake upgrades while you can. Mustang upper and lower control arms are pretty much a "must" once you go beyond stock power levels and will help you maintain traction and avoid potentially dangerous wheel hop.
Will any of this stuff void my factory warranty?
All warranty decisions are at the discretion of your dealership. In general, a dealership can refuse to warranty any repair that it thinks was caused by a given performance part. If you are worried about your warranty, then your best bet is to talk to your service advisor and see what they're okay with before you go all hog-wild. Any type of PCM tuning, however, will instantly void your manufacturer warranty.