Intake Manifold Cover With Powered By Ford And Running Pony Logos for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 GT Mustangs.
Dress up the engine compartment of your 2005-2010 GT Mustang with this awesome Intake Manifold Cover With Powered By Ford And Running Pony Logos!
Features and Benefits of the Intake Manifold Cover With Powered By Ford And Running Pony Logos:
- Made out of durable heat-resistant material
- Dresses up your S197's engine bay
- Designed to be used with a stock throttle body
- Fits ALL 2005-2010 GT Mustangs
- Officially licensed by Ford
- Simple installation
This plenum cover was featured on the early prototype 2005 Mustangs and was so popular it became an option on 2007-2010 Mustangs and a very popular upgrade for 2005-2006 owners. 2005-2006 Mustang owners will need HW2459 (studs) which replace the bolts on the top of the throttle body. The intake manifold cover is designed to be used with a stock throttle body. It can be used with aftermarket throttle bodies but will require trimming.
*This Intake Manifold Cover Fits GT Mustangs ONLY.
Taking a look under the hood of your 2005-2009 Mustang, does it look bland and too much like stock? How about you liven it up with some of CJ Pony Parts selection of Mustang underhood dress-up options? From engine caps to intake manifold and more, CJ Pony Parts has everything you need to add some style to your engine bay, giving it that unique look you've longed for.
Order this Intake Manifold Cover With Powered By Ford And Running Pony Logos for your 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 or 2010 GT Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Does this manifold cover come in any other color besides silver ?
Can i purchase the running pony emblem for the plenum cover seperately as mine is damaged ?
Will this fit 2007 Shelby GT mustang?
IS THE HARDWARE KIT (TWO STUD BOLTS FOR THROTTLE BODY COVER) INCLUDED WITH THE PURCHASE OF THE INTAKE MANIFOLD COVER?
Is there different colors besides silver ?
I own a 2008 Mustang 4.0 V6 will this fit on it
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If you have a 2005 through 2006 Mustang and didn't get this style of cover, today we're going to show you how to install this Power by Ford cover, and while we're at it, we're going to add this CPC throttle body cover as well.
For this installation you'll need a 1/4 inch ratchet, 8mm deep socket and a short extension.
Here you can see what we mean by the factory manifold. It's just kind of boring looking. Our manifold cover is going to be a nice upgrade. First step: remove the two bolts off the top of the throttle body. We're going to pull these rear clips off the studs to access the stud. You want to be extra careful on this side. This is going to be the vacuum line that goes to your fuel pressure module. You want to make sure that doesn't get unplugged.
Now we're going to install the two studs that are found in our intake manifold cover hardware kit. Now we're going to grab our new "Powered by Ford" cover, put it down here and slide it over the studs, and press it down over the rear studs.
We're going to reinstall the wiring harness and then the hose on the other side. Again here, double check to make sure the line did not come off the module or the t-fitting back here. Now we're going to loosely install the two front retaining nuts; just get them on a couple threads each. Now we can put on the throttle body cover.
The intake manifold cover is designed to be used with a stock throttle body and has this cut-out in the middle. It can be used with aftermarket throttle bodies but will require trimming. The same thing goes for the throttle body cover. It's designed for a stock throttle body and a stock air inlet but can be trimmed to fit other designs.
I'm going to slide our throttle body cover over the studs, slide it down into place and tighten it down, and our installation is finished.
Our intake manifold and throttle body cover combination made a huge improvement in our engine bay. Installation should only take you around 20 minutes. You'll be back on the road in no time. For more helpful install videos like this one, make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel.