All 2005-2009 S197 Mustang engines are covered here, including the 4.0L V6 in the base model, the 4.6L 3-valve V8 in the Mustang GT and the supercharged 5.4L V8 in the Shelby GT500. From cold air intakes to cat-back exhaust, superchargers to cylinder head options - if it applies to the 2005-2009 Ford Mustang, you can find it here.
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 2005-2009 S197 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 2005-2009 S197 Mustangs. Everything from MSRP to engine options to trimlines is listed here for quick referencing. From the base model V6 Mustang to the supercharged Shelby GT500, you can learn more about the specs and features of the 2005-2009 S197 Mustang here.
2005-2009 S197 Mustang
TMS EditorThe Mustang Source The anticipation for the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang has been fueling a lot of discussions around the office here at The Mustang Source over which Mustangs have been the most iconic over the past five decades. Sure, we know - they're all special in their unique way. But with every great automotive nameplate there's always a few that stick out. Is it the 1964 ½ Mustang, which is
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
Article courtesy of MustangsDaily.com, your source for all the latest Ford Mustang news and articles At the Los Angeles Auto Show last month Steeda unveiled their new Q450 Enforcer Mustang featuring the company's new line of carbon fiber parts for the Mustang. Built by the team at Galpin Auto Sports, the car features high quality carbon fiber parts developed by Raceskinz including a front splitter with side spoilers, upper and lower grille, hood heat
Marcus SlaterMustangForumsDetermination is a quality that all professional competitors know something about. When it comes to endurance racing though, determination takes on a new meaning. Jose Close, the driver of the Team VDS Adventures Mustang, showed that he knows a thing or two about determination at the 24HRS of Spa last weekend. Team VDS Racing was having troubles with steering for the most of the race, which put them in the pits for three
Article courtesy of MustangsDaily.com, your source for all the latest Ford Mustang news and articles Wheels can make or break the look of a car, and unfortunately this "customized" Fire Red 2009 Ford Mustang posted for sale on Craigslist today has been burdened with quite possibly the ugliest wheels we've ever seen on a pony car. Of course, the seller disagrees, saying that "this Mustang stands out like no other car." The seller also boasts
Marcus Slater Mustang Forums Fans of Transformers rejoice! Barricade, the Saleen Mustang decepticon from the first movie, is on sale on ebay. In case you're movie memory isn't so sharp, here's the clip where Barricade first makes his appearance. Judging by the sellers page and pictures, this is the real deal. He has all the documentation from The Branson Auto Museum, which had the car sitting on display. Just because it was sitting in
Article courtesy of MustangsDaily.com, your source for all the latest Ford Mustang news and articles Burnout contests probably don't make much sense to the non gear-head, and we can't blame them for not completely understanding a competition to see who can obliterate their rear tires for the longest amount of time. Even so, burnouts are just as much part of drag racing as just about anything, and who doesn't enjoy seeing a muscle car conjure
Content provided by amosauto.com by Ricardo Topete Most auto enthusiasts tend to measure speed in a straight line, while a small percentage will also give equal importance to the turns. Successfully negotiating a tight, hairpin turn at full gallop provides a thrill that is hard to beat. Having the steering wheel cranked with the rear tires in a controlled slide, feathering the throttle to maintain just enough grip, all the while flirting with the laws of
by John CoyleMustang ForumsThe seller claims this is an original 1967 Shelby Mustang, and if he's correct, it seems a little silly to have turned it into a restomod. Sure, the interior and drivetrain have been pulled from a 2009 Shelby, so there's an attempt to maintain the pedigree... But seriously? How high is this person? As soon as I saw this, I started doing the math on how much it would cost to put
C5R Racing Engine Powers Street-Going Mustang GTby Jason GiacchinoIt wouldn't be too far off to compare the following build to drinking Coke out of a Pepsi bottle or Superman getting an organ transplant from Lex Luthor. Some rivalries are so embedded into society's collective consciousness that blending seems absolutely ludicrous. And, while it's tough to imagine a rivalry bigger than Ford & Chevy throughout the years, just such a merging has been witnessed.The concept of