The SN95 Mustang offered a variety of engines in the GT, starting with the 5.0L in 1994 and 1995, then being replaced by the new 4.6L modular V8. Ford also used a 3.8L V6 in the base model SN95 Mustangs, a 5.8L V8 in the Cobra R and a high performance 4.6L V8 in the Cobra. This section includes information and news on all of these motors.
Whether you are building a car to drag race, road race or just look great at a car show, there is a huge aftermarket available to customize the exterior of your SN95 Mustang to perfectly fit your needs. This section features articles about the newest products and projects covering exterior modification and customization.
This section includes vehicle specifications for all of the SN95 Mustangs. Everything from MSRP to engine options to trimlines is listed here for quick referencing. From the base model V6 Mustang to the Mustang GT to the high performance SVT Cobra, you can learn more about the specs and features of the SN95 Mustang here.
1994-1998 SN95 Mustang
The owner of this flawless Terminator swapped 1996 Mustang GT has got himself one clean car and out of all the wheel choices seen in the video, I'd say my favorites are the CCW Classics and the Billet Specialties big-and-littles. But if you think the exterior is clean, check out under the hood where a Kenne Bell 2.2L twin-screw blower resides on top of a Terminator 4.6 4V motor. The tidy install is backed
by John Coyle Mustang ForumsThe title of this video might be "Ken Block's West Virginia cousin," but the snarky description--"No relation since this was done is one take"--pokes a little fun at the Gymkhana master. regardless of who the driver is related to, or whether this is actually West Virginia, he definitely knows how to drive. The tire marks seem to indicate this was actually done in one take, and his accomplice only has to adjust
By Marcus Slater Mustang ForumsSometimes it's the simple things that make us happy. Take this video for example. In celebration of winter's retreat, the appropriately named "Mr. Burnout" decided to kill his tires in glorious HD. And really, what better way is there to herald the end of wet weather than to make clouds yourself. Get those sticky tires out, Spring is here! Head to the forums to tell us your plans!