1970 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads

Maintain or Replace Your 1970 Mustang's Cylinder Heads for Improved Performance

1970 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads

Maintain or Replace Your 1970 Mustang's Cylinder Heads for Improved Performance

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1970 Cylinder Heads

Without good cylinder heads, your 1970 Mustang's engine isn't going to be doing much of anything. Whether you've cracked or damaged a cylinder head or just need to rebuild your engine for better performance, you're going to need a replacement. The cylinder head is a critical part of your build, and selecting one that's right for you is a good step towards making sure you're happy with the way your Mustang performs.

Cylinder Heads That Impress

Cylinder heads available now have many features that can outshine your original equipment. From lightweight aluminum castings to totally absurd intake port volumes, there are a lot of options. While all of these options are right for someone's build, the trick is finding the one that's right for yours.

Those trying to get back to factory-perfect actually have the easiest time. If your cylinder head was great but then cracked, then a replacement should keep you running and happy for several more decades. These will be direct replacements, so they'll also be the easiest to install.

If you're thinking low-end torque is important to you, then you may be happiest with cylinder heads with a smaller port volume. On the other hand, if you live in the high rpm range, high volume heads will be a great pick for you.

We've also got all the gaskets, pulleys, and hardware that you'll need to get your cylinder heads installed and keep them maintained through the years.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.