1973 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads

Crank Up Your 1973 Mustang's Horsepower with Great Cylinder Heads

1973 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads

Crank Up Your 1973 Mustang's Horsepower with Great Cylinder Heads

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1973 Cylinder Heads

Whether you're fixing your 1973 Mustang's existing engine or building a new one, a great set of cylinder heads is important. There are a lot of differences between cylinder heads, and your build will determine what features are the most important to you.

What Makes the Perfect Cylinder Head?

If you're looking to keep your '73 Mustang's equipment close to factory-original, then you want cylinder heads that can act as a direct replacement. Thankfully, reproduction parts are available and can easily take the place of a damaged cylinder head with no additional modifications necessary.

If you're interested in adding a little modern power to your Mustang, then there's an abundance of options. If you're racing your Mustang, then lightweight aluminum replacement cylinder heads can help you cut weight and add power. If this is your first time building an engine, you should definitely check out our complete kits. These kits contain parts with great compatibility.

Though cylinder heads are important, they're only one part of your engine. You'll want to make sure that your camshaft and intake manifold are also going to work with your cylinder heads. When your engine's parts work well together, you get added power and are more likely to have consistent performance and durability.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, or 1972 for additional options.