Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

1969 Mustang Crate Engines

Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

Do you own a classic Mustang with a high-mileage engine? Are you getting ready to begin work on your dream car? If the answer to either question is yes, you’ll be excited about the excellent selection of 1969 Mustang cylinder heads and crate motors available at CJ Pony Parts. Reinvigorate your classic Mustang’s performance. You can begin with one of the performance-optimized cylinder heads we offer and make it your own. Or, let the experts at Ford Racing do what they do best with a track-proven crate motor. Either way, you’ve got many more years of reliable performance to look forward to from your Mustang.

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1969 Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

1969 Mustang Cylinder Blocks and Crate Engines

What style of engine fits your car best? Do you favor the lightweight and rev-happy nature of the classic 302, or will it be a stump-puller 460 for your ride? Either way, there’s no better place to begin your build than at CJ Pony Parts. We stock both short blocks and complete 1969 Mustang crate engines.

The Boss is a famous name in Mustang history. With the infamous Boss 302 and Boss 429 cars paving the way for an outstanding successor in the fifth-generation Mustang, the Boss always gets respect. Among our selection of 1969 Mustang Cylinder heads, you’ll find the Ford Racing Boss 302 8.2” deck short block. Imagine it as a refined, reborn iteration of the original Boss 302. It’s outfitted for use with roller lifters and your factory Mustang oil pan with a custom pickup tube. Thanks to increased bulkhead material and improved water and oil jackets, it’s ready to give your pony car with some serious motivation.

For a turnkey 302 solution, options include the 420 horsepower Ford Racing Coyote motor that is similar to the power plant found in Mustangs leaving the factory today. The Boss 302 363-cubic-inch crate motor uses the same Boss 302 short block mentioned above in combination with a high-performance hydraulic roller valve train to deliver 500 horsepower and 450 lb. ft. of torque.

Step up to the Boss 351 short block with a 9.5” deck for a block that delivers similar technology to the Boss 302 short block in a higher displacement package. Or, say hello to its fully built counterpart, the Ford Racing 374 that uses the Boss 351 block. Rated at 540 horsepower, this sealed racing engine features a 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor and is just has happy performing on dirt as it is on asphalt. This is quite simply one of the most potent 1969 Mustang crate engines on the market today.

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Equip your Mustang with a crate motor or cylinder head from CJ Pony Parts and look forward to performance you can count on!