Updating old mustang suspension

For 2018, the Mustang GT's 5.0-liter V8 gets both both port and direct fuel injection, similar to the fuel system found in the 3.5-liter V6 in the new F-150 [email protected] "UTF-8";#u_H #shortlist-notification-container.hidden,#u_H #uhf-sign-and-search #uhf-login-button-container .uhf-login-state-name .uhf-dropdown-menu.uhf-clearfix:[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected] .Chad has starred in and produced over two dozen movies, both big-screen and TV.He’s best known for his role as Dutch in The Karate Kid and The Karate Kid II.Our parts catalog includes items such as superchargers, exhausts, cold air intakes, body kits, front grilles, shifters, pedals, suspension kits, brakes, and much more.While the majority of items that we offer are for the Ford Mustang, we also have a number of performance parts for the Ford Focus, Superduty, and F-150 as well.Our dedicated staff has the knowledge and passion to help you with any question regarding classic Mustangs.Contact Mustangs today for any questions on Mustang suspension parts!

As a not-inconsiderable bonus, you might have spotted this very special car: the Revology Mustang. It starts either with an existing Mustang body of 1964½ ­– 1966 vintage, which Revology will bring back to original condition or, preferably, a brand-new, Ford-licensed Dynacorn body.

As predicted, the six-cylinder Mustang is officially dead for 2018.

Both the 2.3-liter Eco Boost four-cylinder and 5.0-liter V8 get increases in horsepower and torque, though Ford hasn't yet specified power output for the updated 'Stang.

That's why we offer industry leading warranties on parts such as our 2011-2013 Mustang supercharger kit (part #421388) which comes with a 3 year / 36,000 mile limited parts warranty.

As long as the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro remain in production, it seems the pony car wars will continue unabated.

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