The best part about buying guides is the vast amount of information you can get all in one spot. For example, if you have an S550 Mustang GT and are looking for the right set of wheels to throw on it, look no further! The Guides section has vast articles with the ins and outs of different parts and mods for your Mustang so you can make an informed decision on your next purchase. Look no further than CJ Pony Parts when it comes to researching and purchasing your next Mustang modification!
The factory wheels that Ford provides on the 2005-2014 Mustangs are no doubt some stylish shoes for your ride. However, sometimes it just isn’t enough. Here at CJ’s we have a wide offering of aftermarket wheels and tires for your S197 Mustang ranging in a variety of styles, finishes and sizes, offered in a convenient wheel & tire package shipped to your door!
Whether your project started out with no engine to begin with, or you ran into some serious bad luck with your current engine configuration, it may be time to check out some of the crate engines from Ford for your Mustang. Offering a variety of different options for early model all the way to present Mustangs, CJ’s is your go-to spot when it comes to finding the right crate engine for your pony car!
Though your 2007-2014 Shelby GT500 is already a high-performance muscle car from the moment that you drive it off the lot, there is always room for improvement. With the addition of aftermarket Shelby GT500 parts from CJ’s, you can tap into your supercharged engine’s uncharted potential. CJ Pony Parts offers a wide selection of GT500 parts that will help take your pony car to the next level!
Thanks to the many pushrod 5.0 Mustang parts from CJ Pony Parts, owning and restoring a Fox Body Mustang has never been easier. Fox Body 5.0 Mustang parts help Ford Mustang aficionados recapture the magic of their pony cars from the Fox Body generation. Between 5.0 performance parts, Fox Body 5.0 Mustang parts, and Coyote 5.0 Mustang parts, you have all of the tools in your arsenal to party like it’s the 1980s again!
Sometimes you may hear of a potential Ford recall on the news or in passing, but haven’t recieved any mail from Ford on the issue. Taking to the internet to find out if a recall or TSB affects your 2015-2017 Mustang can be difficult because some websites may provide conflicting information, especially for TSBs. Rest assured your friends at CJ’s put in the leg work to provide all the Mustang recall and TSB information at your disposal.
If you’re in the process of trying to find the perfect gift to get for your favorite Mustang lover over the holidays, then be sure to check out this Mustang gift guide for some great ideas. Featuring everything from Mustang accessories to décor, you’ll be able to find the perfect gift in no time!
An oil change is the most commonly known form of maintenance on a vehicle. In order for the internal combustion engine to work properly, constant lubrication is key - and that means oil changes on your F-150 every 5,000 miles or so is imperative to the longevity of your motor.
Changing your oil is very important when it comes to the longevity of your Mustang’s engine. Depending on the conditions you typically drive your Mustang in, it’s suggested that you change your oil on an average of every 5,000 miles with either full synthetic or a synthetic blend per Ford’s Owner’s Manual.
There's no doubt that the factory exhaust that comes on the 2015-2017 Mustang GT is quiet, restrictive and overall boring. That's where the Roush Axle-Back from Roush Performance steps in to provide better exhaust flow with a straight-through racing style muffler and an aggressive, throaty exhaust note. Find out how to install it in this guide!
For many Mustang owners, it’s about getting that perfect exhaust note, which can be very subjective. However, time and time again, many of our customers can agree that the Roush Performance Axle-Back is one of the best sounding Axle-Back systems out there for these cars.
Choosing the right exhaust for your 2015-2017 Mustang GT can be frustrating and time-consuming. With exhaust being such a subjective modification, it's really up to you which exhaust sounds best. When it comes to Borla, one of the leading exhaust manufacturers for the Mustang, all of their exhaust systems sound great! But their two most popular systems are pretty evenly split down the middle when it comes to popularity - so you make the choice: S-Type or ATAK?
We really dig the look of these CJ Pony Parts springs on our 2015 GT. The lowered look screams, “modern,” while the raked look screams “old school muscle car.” Best of all, with the Maximum Motorsport Caster Camber Plates installed, we’ll be able to get our alignment dialed in perfectly. Installation is a little more involved than those Mustang owners who may be used to doing lowering spring swaps on solid rear axle cars, but definitely do-able for the do-it-yourselfer.
Sometimes it’s frustrating trying to make your own playlist. Whether it’s for wrenching on or detailing your Mustang, cruising down the street, or browsing around at a local car meet or car show, let your friends at CJ’s do the hard work for you and check out our Spotify playlists full of current and throwback jams that are perfect for any occasion!
Getting the correct type of brake pad for your Mustang can be a difficult and laborious task. Between all the researching and figuring out which grade brake pad best fits your driving style, we hope this CJ article gave you the information needed to make a sound decision. Don’t forget, once you’re ready to make the move on a new set of brake pads for your Mustang, be sure to give CJ’s a call!
If you’re in the process of shopping for a cold air intake for your Mustang GT, then don’t fret! CJ Pony Parts has a wide selection of offerings for your 5.0L-powered Mustang. With brands like JLT, Airaid, Roush and others, you won’t go wrong with one of these intakes for your ride. So, be sure to pick one up today!
With so many LED options out there to fully convert your Mustang, what’s stopping you? CJ’s carries everything from interior map lights and vanity lights to replacement 6000k headlights and fourth brake light options for your S550. Be sure to check out our 2015-2017 Mustang LED Lighting options for more information and when you’re ready to purchase we’re only a click or phone call away!
Having trouble finding that pesky light bulb part number? Sometimes it's not listed on the bulb itself and your owner's manual is long gone. Don't fret! This Mustang Light Bulb Buying Guide will help you determine what type of bulb you're missing and where you can locate a replacement or upgrade, all right here at CJ's!
2011 was a monumental year for Ford, Ford Racing and the S197 platform. This year in particular introduced an all-new 5.0L “Coyote” V8 with twin-independent variable camshaft timing pumping out a nasty 412 horsepower and 390 lb/ft of torque, which was then bumped to 420 for 2013-2014 GTs. Compared to the 2010’s outgoing 320 horsepower, this was quite a jump in power for nearly the same price. After picking up your new pony, the next step is always a good sounding exhaust system!
Regardless of what style, finish and size wheel you’re looking for, CJ Pony Parts has the selection you need to outfit your S550 with the rims and tires that will set your car apart from the rest! Be sure to give us a call or order online and don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions. We are always happy to help!
Ford Racing and Borla teamed together to produce this Stainless Steel Cat-Back Bolt-On Exhaust System fitting your 2015-2016 Mustang. It starts with a True X-Pipe, mandrel bent tail pipes, a pair of Borla mufflers, and a set of polished 4-1/2” Ford Racing tips. This is a direct bolt-on for your 2015 Mustang and requires no cutting for installation.
Nobody looks forward to seeing that annoying orange check engine light on their gauge cluster light up like a street light. Use our extensive table below should help point you in the right direction to help get you closer to getting your pony back on the road!
With literally hundreds of different options when it comes to picking exhaust for your S550 Mustang GT, it can be quite difficult to choose your favorite. To put the icing on the cake, it’s even more frustrating when you can’t hear what the exhaust may sound like with your particular car or setup. That’s where this guide steps in to help owners choose the right exhaust for their S550, the first time!
It can be frustrating looking through pages and pages of exhaust for your Mustang all without finding something that works for you. Add that with the fact you may not be able to hear them in person before purchasing, and it can be a nightmare. This guide will be a step in the right direction for anyone looking for more information on picking up some exhaust for their EcoBoost Mustang!
Finding your paint code in most cases is relatively simple. It’s as easy as opening your driver side door and checking the door tag to see what color code your Mustang is. If you can’t find it on the door tag, some deductive research may help you out as well - by checking the table for your specific Mustang year, you should be able to narrow down which color your Mustang is. If it’s been painted since it left the factory, you still may be able to find areas of the car like parts of the frame or engine bay that have the original color visible. Regardless of whether your car is brand new or a classic, it’s important to know your Mustang’s paint code. Get educated right here at CJ Pony Parts today!
If you’ve spent any time on our website surfing for 2015+ Mustang parts, you’ve probably already come to the conclusion that there definitely isn’t an equal amount of aftermarket parts for the V6 as there is for the EcoBoost. Ever since the 2.3L EcoBoost’s introduction as the non-V8 Mustang, there has been an overwhelming popularity for that platform over the 3.7L. This is due in part of Ford’s push for the EcoBoost platform and the serious potential for that motor upon turning the boost up.
In summary, Shorty Headers are great for those looking for a small boost in power with a relatively straight-forward installation on their naturally-aspirated motor. If you're turbocharged, it's the same deal since the Shorty Header will work better with the turbo piping. As for those who are interested in Long Tube Headers, this is the best option for supercharged or naturally aspirated Mustangs looking for the largest increase in horsepower for the mid-upper range of the power band. The installation is considerably more difficult and time-consuming, but the power and exhaust note are definitely worth it for some.