Posted on 24th Mar 2017
History has cemented the legacy of the Ford Mustang as the world’s top pony car. Hearing the roar of a Stang is one thing, but seeing its handsome façade on the road is another. Its muscular style and undeniable class define its reputation as a pony car. Wherever you go, a Mustang stands out in a row of vehicles. The fourth-generation Mustang characterizes both style and class.
Performance Parts for Your 94-95 Mustang GT
The 94-95 Mustang GT took it even further. Its performance was on another level with even better handling through its V8 engine, stiffer suspension, dual exhausts, and 16-inch wheels. The engine’s total output reached 215 horsepower at 4200 rpm and 285 lb. ft. of torque at 3500 rpm. This combined power with style and class, well-accorded by the recognition of being the Motor Trend Car of the Year.
Why not get started on upgrading your Mustang GT today? Modifying your 90s Stang can only boost its appeal and performance on the road. We supply a variety of parts for your 1994 and 1995 Mustang GT.
A Brief History: The First Major Redesign for the Ford Mustang
Designed by Bud Magaldi, the 1994 Mustang showcased the first most evident overhaul in its design. The design, known as “SN-95,” featured an upgraded version of the Fox platform. The convertible, for starters, made a return – this is the definitive sign of luxury in a sleek body. Imagine the wind blowing against your face as you cruise down the boulevard with the top down.
When it comes to its specs, the base Mustang of the 90s featured a 3.8 L OHV V6 engine. The V6 gave the 90s Stang 145 horsepower at 4000 rpm and 215 lb. ft. of torque at 2500 rpm. Along with upgraded parts, the handling and noise of the improved Fox platform were better than previous generations. This complemented the Stang’s new exterior and interior styling; an adornment of contours and sweeping curves.
We’re the premier supplier of all Mustang parts, for both aesthetics and performance, in Illinois. Feel free to look around our inventory for the parts that will add more flair to your Stang. Don’t hesitate to contact us for any information or assistance.
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