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1969 Mustang Engines

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If you’re looking for a new engine or even just a part to fix your existing power plant, you’ve got a big decision to make. CJ Pony Parts stocks a great selection of 1969 Mustang engine parts, so it’s easy to find exactly what’s needed, regardless of whether you’re restoring a vintage car or building a new project. Our selection of 1969 Mustang crate engines includes both small and big-block motors ranging from sweet-running 289s to the beastly Ford Racing 460 big block. Each one of these layouts has seen use at the track and delivered storied Mustang drivers to the podium. Now you can enjoy the potency of these race-derived 1969 Mustang engines with all the practical amenities you’d expect from a modern road car.

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1969 Mustang Engine Parts and Crate Motors

When it comes to tuning your 1969 Mustang’s engine, there are several different directions you can go in. Do you choose a small block or big block? Will it be naturally aspirated or use forced induction? Do you prefer a pushrod layout or an overhead cam engine in your Mustang? Will your engine use a carburetor or be fuel-injected? To answer these questions, consider a few of the solutions that CJ Pony Parts offers:

• Small block vs. big block: Because of the Mustang’s relatively small size, it traditionally used a lighter small-block engine. Most of the individual engine parts you’ll find at CJ Pony Parts are intended for use on small-block motors such as the 289, 302 and 351. If you’re looking to go big or go home, check out our selection of 1969 Mustang crate motors. You’ll find the storied Ford Racing 427 (technically a small block) and an even burlier engine: its cousin the 460.
• Fuel injection vs. carburetion: It might seem like the simple answer to this question is to use more modern fuel injection whenever possible, but there are some great advantages to carburation. The throttle response you’ll get from a carbureted motor is hard to achieve from an injected motor unless you are running very high compression. For many, it might be easier to stay carbureted given the current selection of parts on their car. We carry everything you’ll need convert your 1969 Mustang’s engine from carburetion to injection and back again.
• Natural aspiration vs. forced induction: This is one of the debates that will be a part of building cars as long as there are combustion engines on the road. Whether you want the unreal horsepower gains and sweet value of forced induction, or the lightning-quick throttle response and linear power only a naturally aspirated motor can deliver, our selection includes top and bottom end parts for all sizes of Mustang engines. We also carry supercharger and nitrous kits from the industry’s most trusted brands.

All this and more is waiting for you at CJ Pony Parts. Take a look around to find the next upgrade for your Mustang’s engine. Then, place your order today for free, same-day shipping!