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​From 5.0 to 5.0: Fitting a Coyote in your Fox Body Mustang

When the S197 Mustang reached dealers in 2011, there was one question on the minds of owners of older Mustangs: How can I put the new V8 in my car? It's taken a while, but after some trial and error, aftermarket parts companies have brought together the parts needed to fit the Coyote in the [...]

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​Stylistic Class: Modifying Your Mid-90's Mustang GT

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. [...]

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Setting Up an 8.8 Axle

The Ford 9 inch is legendary for its strength, but using this rear end can be expensive and is overkill for most builds. Fortunately, your Fox body probably came with an axle that can handle serious power with the right modifications: the 8.8. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of [...]

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​Getting Your Fox Body to Perform Better

Fox bodies benefit from the polyurethane bushings, shorter springs, and stiffer shocks that are used for every other performance build, but this platform also has some quirks that need to be dealt with. With the right modifications, your Mustang won't just handle better, it will be able to clock faster times at the drag strip. Subframe [...]

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​Carburetor or Fuel Injection?

Most diehard carburetor aficionados have gradually switched to EFI, but there are still plenty of modern builds using this old school fuel technology. Fox bodies are a natural candidate for this conversion since the 5.0 used carburetors during its first few years of production. Why would you want to use a carburetor, and when should you stick with EFI? Why [...]

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Symptoms of a Failing Carburetor

At Anderson Ford Motorsport, we know carburetors. Their importance is understated in ‘average Joe’ driving situations, but when it comes to high-speed racing, their value in added performance increases tenfold.Today’s more modern car models don’t always have carburetors, except in the motorsport scene. The carburetor’s primary job is to blend fuel and air — two of the most critical [...]

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Powered Up Ecoboost Mustang

As you may well already know, Ford Performance has released their Ecoboost Power Pack for 2015 and up 2.3 liter Ecoboost Mustangs.  Power Pack part number M-9603-M4 is complete with a version of the OEM Shelby GT350 cold air intake as well as a Pro-Cal 3 calibration interface and a calibration voucher.  Well, we decided [...]

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Upgrade Your Ford Mustang: Get Improved Acceleration and Better Performance

The Mustang is a great platform for straight line performance, but how exactly do you get that performance? Let's look at the basics, from getting more out of the engine to making sure that power can reach the pavement. These Ford Mustang performance parts can really take your car to the next level. Air and Oxygen Your [...]

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A Complete Guide on How to Restore Your Ford Mustang

You just bought a well-used Mustang and you want to make it fast, but you also want to drive it as soon as possible. How do you do both? Approach your build like it's a restoration, working your way from critical issues to cosmetic ones while improving performance at the same time. Rubber and FluidsNothing on [...]

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7 Signs Your Ford Mustang Needs Suspension Work

Fixing up an old Mustang is half restoration and half hot rodding. When it comes to suspension, it can be hard to tell which approach is best when addressing problems. Sometimes parts are worn out, and sometimes they're in good shape but just aren't up to the task of controlling the car. Here are 7 [...]

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