The New Edge Mustang had a fair spread of engine options, thanks mostly to the SVT models during the course of the 6-year run of the body style. From 1999-2004, the Mustang offered a 3.8L v6, 3.9L V6, 4.6L SOHC V8, 4.6L DOHC V8, 5.4L DOHC V8 and supercharged 4.6L DOHC V8 and in this section, you can find news on all of them.
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 New Edge 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 New Edge 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 Cobra R and the supercharged Terminator Cobra, you can learn more about the specs and features of the New Edge Mustang here.
1999-2004 New Edge Mustang
--by Phillip Ferrini To this day, few modern Mustangs fit the definition of "racecar" better than the 2000 Cobra R. Just 300 examples were made, and they came in any color you wanted, so long as it was a Performance Red exterior with a Dark Charcoal interior. These gutted-out racers lacked air conditioning, radios and other creature comforts, and featured a 5.4-liter four-valve modular motor with an iron block, forged internals and an ultra-trick two-piece
Here's something you don't see often. A Mustang riding on three wheels. No, not sitting on three wheels, which might not be that uncommon at all depending on the area. This one is actually being driven on only three wheels. This YouTube video clip--which has been making the rounds on the internet--shows the Mustang driving on a highway after apparently losing its front passenger tire and rim while on the road. Well, we're assuming the
Would you ever let people smash your Mustang for money? That seems a little far fetched for anyone that loves their car. In this case though, it makes sense. To help raise money for a nonprofit facility he founded that provides employment and training for adults with developmental disabilities, Robert Nicholson offered people an opportunity to beat up on his Mustang for donations. The recent fundraiser was organized to help the facility recoup funds
Correct me if I'm wrong but... I think that if you drive a Mustang, there's a pretty good chance that you enjoy the occasional burnout. It's a pleasure as old as rear-wheel-drive. I can understand not doing them though. They're not exactly easy on the tires. So instead of putting your own rubber at risk, enjoy this five minute ode to the burnout. The only soundtrack you'll need is thrum of a Ford V8
TMS EditorThe Mustang Source Among all the personal stories we come across about Mustangs, there are "the stories" and then there are "the stories" that tell of how a passion for the cars have really changed a person's life. Such is the case with drag racer Ronnie Diaz's and his 2000 Ford Mustang GT as detailed in a Sept. piece published at MuscleMustangsFastFords.com. The story of Diaz, also known as "Modfather," is one of
This Cobra owner decided to ditch his modular motor in favor of a good ol' pushrod Ford that displaces 418-cubic inches and is force-fed by a 114MM turbo while sipping on Q16. And despite the automatic transmission that's soaking up plenty of power, it still manages to throw down an astonishing 1386 WHP at the tires. If this isn't an E-ticket ride to single-digit ETs, we don't know what is!
Marcus Slater Mustang Forums All you need to do is say 1600hp mustang to get me interested. Throw a really cool paint job on top of that, and I'm in.The motor is a collossal 632ci beast that sips on a 400 shot of nitrous as it tears down the strip. This video has him pulling a 4.8 run down the eighth mile. What this big power mustang do what it does best in the
Marcus SlaterMustang Forums Dyno videos can get pretty stale. There's only so many times you can watch a car get really loud in a small room before getting bored. Every now and then though, you see something genuinely impressive. Like what's under the hood of this Mustang. It's got twin PTE 6766's providing positive pressure to the tune of 1222 rwhp. That alone, is pretty impressive, but not that exciting. There are loads of
Marcus Slater Mustang Forums Wow. This is probably one of the most brazen displays of hoonage and utter disregard for public safety that I've seen on the road. I'm not even mad, I'm just shocked by the balls of these guys. I mean, this is a major throughfare in Oakland, California. A freeway. It's not really surprising that it would happen in Oakland, but still. They shut it down for a solid minute. No
There's always tons of cool stuff on RacingJunk. We looked around for less than ten minutes and found all these awesome rides. The Mustang II is downright hilarious--but you know it goes like hell. And the 2010 Shelby has just a tick over 500 miles on the clock. What the hell is wrong with that person? That's not even broken in! Whether you're looking to buy or just looking, check out these wicked Ponies! New Edge
Amie WilliamsAmerican Muscle Most people wouldn't dare touch their cars with a black permanent marker, let alone pay someone to give it a custom two-tone Sharpie "paint job". However, this guy, Chris, did the unthinkable and it turned out pretty badass if you ask me! With extreme attention to detail and a steady hand, this white 1999 Mustang GT has been completely transformed into a work of art via Sharpie. With a graffiti-like feel, around
By Marcus SlaterMustang Forums Don't be that guy. You know him. He's the guy that always has to do something stupid for attention and infamy, and ends up getting everyone else in trouble. Take this example. At the Friday meet for Texas TX2k12 drag racing competition, people were leaving the parking lot doing small burnouts on their way out. That is, until this guy decides to really light them up. What he didn't expect was how
by Chris RoseAmerican Muscle So we needed an epic shot for the cover of our new 79-04 Mustang catalog. I think the marketing team might have been waiting for an excuse, but hey, either way--the recipe was simple! You take (1) part high-horsepower Mustang and mix it in with (2) parts demolishing a set of tires. Grab your camera, and the burnout video above is what you get! Do you see the piles of
by John CoyleMustang ForumsDrifting in a car is pretty tricky. But doing it on a motorcycle is an order of magnitude trickier. I've got plenty of experience on two-wheelers, and I think I'd rather give a crack-addled Pit Bull a bath than attempt to get sideways on a bike. OK, maybe that's an exaggeration, but I still think it would be scary. Of course, along with the bikes, there's a Mustang wearing police livery