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Engine

The Ford Mustang has remained so popular over the past 40+ years due to a variety of reasons and arguably the biggest reason is the performance. While the Ford Mustang has always been one of the quicker stock cars on the road, there is a nearly-endless list of performance parts and accessories and you can learn more about them here.

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Exterior

Whether you are looking for a Boss Shaker hood to make your Classic Mustang stand out at a car show or flared fenders to make room for wider tires to improve the road racing ability of your S197, the aftermarket has something for every Mustang owner and you can read about all of it in here.

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Parts and Accessories Wheels and Tires

Wheels and Tires

The most commonly customized item on any Ford Mustang are the wheels and with them, the tires. Nearly every wheel maker in the world offers a wheel option for the Ford Mustang. Whether you want 22s on your 2011 GT or some lightweight 15 inch drag wheels for your Fox Body, you can learn more here.

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  By Justin Banner   So, did that King Cobra drag concept get you all excited for your 2015 Ford Mustang GT? I bet you want to hit the track with that very same package, maybe minus the wrap job. Well, worry no more as Ford Racing will have the King Cobra Parts Package available at the launch of the 2015 Mustang GT. Take that, Camaro!   "At Ford Racing, we like to push

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  By Detroit Steel   There's no question that when it comes to enhancing Mustangs, ROUSH is one of the best and most respected in the business.   After debuting their latest lineup for the S550, the performance company is teasing us with a few more tricks it has up its sleeve for the new Mustang. This time it's a video for the 2015 ROUSH V8 Axle-Back Mustang Exhaust for those interested in a little

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  By Justin Banner   The handbrake turn is the simplest and even the first thing you learn as a drifter. When all else fails to get the car to slide the rear tires, locking them up is usually the go-to. However, after several pulls of the OEM handbrake, the cable starts to stretch and it can start to take more travel to get the rear brakes to lock. If you start to get

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  By Justin Banner   As you increase your speed and start your initiations earlier, you'll start to realize that you need to be able to put more steering angle into your car. However, doing so seems to require the budget of a Formula Drift driver. Well, not exactly. There are some tricks you can do to your OEM parts to gain some angle. While what we're about to show you is from a

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  By Justin Banner   Your best indicator on how your alignment is doing is by your tire wear. Any bald spot, feathering, cupping, or any other weird looking wear pattern will indicate that your alignment is going out and that you need to take it in to get it back straight or align it yourself with the string method we showed in an earlier article. So, here are some bad wear indicators to tell

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  -- by Justin Banner   Traction is the name of the game in road and drag racing and just as there are many types of differentials, there are ways to make both axles lock up. You hear these terms all the time: LSD, Locker, Spool, Detroit Locker, and more. Well, in this article we'll take a brief moment to explain the differences in the clutch-type LSD and spool.   Your OEM differential is

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Forgiato released this flashy video featuring their wheels on two trick Mustangs. The wheels themselves are actually not bad if the low-profile, angular-rim look is your thing. I wish there were more clear shots of them in motion, but the edgy-ness of video gets in the way.Here's the silver one without the quick-cuts and special effects ruining everything. The wheels actually fit with the body kit and everything else, but, those 21-inch turbine blades

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Article courtesy of MustangsDaily.com, your source for all the latest Ford Mustang news and articlesAfter unveiling a licensed 1965-1966 Mustang Convertible body shell at SEMA earlier this year, Ford has officially announced the availability of a 1967 Mustang Convertible body shell. This newest officially licensed Ford Restoration part is now available to order starting at $15,995. The 1967 convertible is the fourth reproduction classic Mustang body available to restorers, joining the '65 convertible, the '67

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1965 & 66 Restorers Finally Get Their Wishby Jason GiacchinoIt doesn't take too much imagination to recognize the fact that the latest Mustang (and for that matter Camaro and Challenger) draw a lot of their styling from models of yesteryear. But for some, styling cues simply aren't nostalgic enough.Custom builders are surely no stranger to the Dynacorn International Inc. brand, as this has been the name associated with new reproduction shells for classic Camaros and

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As LED's become more common and affordable, the benefits of LED Mustang lights are mounting. The benefits of making the switch are well worth the potential difference in price. Consider changing your Mustang lights to LED's to save money and extend the life of your car.SafetyYour lighting is one of the most crucial systems in your car. They help you see, prevent accidents and make your Mustang look better. The brighter your lights, the

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