Engine

2006 Mustang Engine

Engine

The heart and soul of your Mustang is its engine, and whether your 2006 Mustang’s engine is of the V6 or V8 variety, you’re bound to find something in the CJ Pony Parts catalog to help it perform better, fix a broken or worn stock component or make it stand out when you pop the hood. At CJ Pony Parts, our selection of 2006 Mustang engine parts includes everything from fully built and tuned crate motors and ready-to-build short blocks to intake manifolds, ignition systems and engine mounts. When you’re all finished getting your hands dirty, you can even throw a little bling on top with engine bay dress-up parts like billet valve covers and oil caps.

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2006 Engine

Unlock Your Engine’s Potential

How does your 2006 Mustang’s engine run? There are so many ways to unlock the potential in Ford’s V6 and V8 power plants. If you’ve already made the basic bolt-on mods and you’re ready to begin working on engine upgrades, a throttle body is a great place to start. An upgraded throttle body will complement your cold air or ram-air intake system by allowing more air to flow into your intake manifold. Throttle bodies come in a wide range of sizes, so make sure you choose one that will fit your motor’s state of tune and intake plumbing.

If you plan to spend some time working on your 2006 Mustang engine’s internals, you might want to take the opportunity to install some new engine hardware. The ARP fasteners we carry at CJ Pony Parts are the standard of the industry, and are used and trusted by master mechanics everywhere because of their durability. Take a look at our selection of 2006 Mustang engine hardware before you tear your car’s engine down, you’ll be glad you did when it’s time to put everything back in place.

If you’ve spent the time and effort to install multiple upgrades on your Mustang’s engine, you want to be sure the engine management system is calibrated to take advantage of the upgrades you’ve installed. The computers and programmers we carry can interface with your car’s existing electronic system and help you manage spark and fuel settings to ensure maximum gains are realized from your upgrades. These systems can also collect valuable data about how your engine is performing and give you vital diagnostic information in the event of engine problems.

Finally, if you’re ready to start from scratch and replace your 2006 Mustang’s engine, check out the selection of purpose-built crate motors and short blocks from CJ Pony Parts.