1994 Mustang Engine

An installed cold air intake

Update Your 1994 Mustang's Engine for Better Performance

1994 Mustang Engine

An installed cold air intake

Update Your 1994 Mustang's Engine for Better Performance

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1994 Engine

The power your 1994 Mustang uses to reach record speeds at the track or coast down your favorite roads is entirely generated by the engine. But, if maintenance is past due or parts have begun to fail, you aren't experiencing your ride's true potential.

Upgrading your Mustang's engine with new parts and components has the potential to improve fuel economy and maximize performance.

A complete crate engine kit will replace your entire engine, allowing you to crank out as much horsepower as possible. While this option can give tremendous gains in power, it's also the most invasive and most difficult to install. But, if your stock engine is still performing to your standards, a few replacements and updates to items like the hardware, gaskets, and mounts will keep your Mustang at the top of its game.

Whether you want to upgrade your 1994 Mustang's engine, complete a few repairs, or swap it out entirely, we're here to help with options from brands like Aeromotive, Canton Racing Products, and Air Flow Research.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, or 2004 for additional options.