We're getting to know Airlift Suspension systems surprisingly well. They attended our car show back in November, where they showed off their line of airbag suspensions on a Saleen Mustang, and to a lesser extent, their Scion xB show car. Despite all our efforts to the contrary, Airlift's Air Ride suspension system for the 2005 to 2013 Mustangs is still getting a bad rap. Yes, the kiddies with their Golf's and GTI's love these things. Yes, they can slam your car down until it's resting on the pavement. But do all those things really invalidate the entire system? The answer is no. No, they do not. The fact is Air Lift's Air Ride kits for the Mustang are the last kits that you'll probably even need, if you're willing to pay for the privilege. Luckily, Air Lift gives you every reason to want to.
Posted by Jason on 1/24/2013 to How It Works
Is there really anyone out there who doesn't love a new set of wheels? If you are, stop reading, because we here at Stage 3 Motorsports have just thrown a bunch of new wheels onto our site to give you even more options for decking out your Mustang. While our wheel lineup wasn't poor by any means, it certainly wasn't all that diverse, so we partnered up with the Carroll Shelby Wheel Company to get some of the most unique and high-quality wheels on the market. Just to spice things up a bit, our good friends over at Wheel Replicas just released their lineup of "Laguna" Wheels, which are faithful and awesome replicas of the wheels found on the 2012 and 2013 Boss 302 Laguna Secas.
Posted by Jason on 1/14/2013 to Just Added
A while ago, our good friends over at Roush Performance announced their creation of a their 5.0L RSC Coyote Crate engine, and we were astounded. This bad boy is a complete 5.0L Coyote engine topped off with a Roush TVS R2300 supercharger kit that threw down 600 horsepower and 505 lb-ft of torque using Roush's PCM calibrations. It's an impressive piece of hardware, though many of you scoffed at the $19,250 price tag. We think it's fair for an entire engine, supercharger kit, PCM tuning, all its hardware, and a dyno run (then again, we are trying to sell you the thing). Anyway, Roush's RSC 5.0L crate engine is pretty much one of the more insane things you could drop into your project car or weekend racer -- until now.
Posted by Jason on 1/8/2013 to Manufacturer News
We have all been there at one point in our lives. The modification bug strikes and we know that more is better, but we don't know quite what we're looking at or where to start while navigating the big, wide world of 2004 Mustang parts. Here's Stage 3's short, but sweet, rundown on what you can do to make your 2004 Mustang GT the talk of the town and get the look, feel, and power that you crave. But my, oh my, where to start?
Posted by Jason on 1/7/2013 to Informative Articles