1997 Mustang Engine

An installed cold air intake

Get the Performance You Need from Your 1997 Mustang's Engine

1997 Mustang Engine

An installed cold air intake

Get the Performance You Need from Your 1997 Mustang's Engine

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1997 Engine

Whether your 1997 Mustang needs a replacement part, a performance upgrade, or an entirely new engine, there are options to select from that will help you meet your underhood goals.

For All of Your Engine Needs

Keeping your engine maintained with replacement filters and regular fluid checks can keep your Mustang at full power for a while. But eventually, you may find you want more power than your stock engine can offer on its own.

Simple modifications, like a new intake manifold or cold air intake, can improve the horsepower your engine is capable of. Some mods, like a supercharger, can really transform your Mustang into a completely different vehicle, with substantially more power than it ever came with.

If you're planning to keep your Mustang for a lot longer and want a lot more horsepower, then you may want to consider swapping in a new engine. Crate engines offer modern performance specs to older Mustangs. What could your Mustang do with more than 400 horsepower? With the right engine selection, you could find out.

Create the Mustang you've dreamed of, with parts that work right and fit perfectly.

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