1999 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads

1999 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Cylinder Heads
Are you looking for more power from your Mustang engine? If you want to crank out extra power from your 1999 Mustang, you’ll want to consider upgrading your 1999 Mustang Cylinder Heads. Adding a power boost to your Mustang via a supercharger or nitrous can create additional pressure in the Mustang engine that it simply wasn’t designed for.

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1999 Cylinder Heads

This can create problems and cause overheating, which can lead to a cracked cylinder head. Regulating airflow and helping the engine breathe efficiently is an important part of maintaining performance and power. Make sure your 1999 cylinder heads are up to the task before doing any serious power boosting enhancements.

Why Cylinder Heads are Important

The internal combustion engine in your 1999 Ford Mustang is made up of several different components that work together to create power. These parts are engineered to work together in an extremely precise manner. The cylinder head houses the intake and exhaust valves as well as the spark plugs. In turn, the camshaft controls the opening and closing of the intake and exhaust valves. As the intake valve opens up, air and fuel vapor move into the combustion chamber, where it’s pressurized before being ignited by the spark plug. This explosion is behind the power of your engine. Having the proper amount of oxygen is a major factor in performance in the combustion engine. That’s why maintaining proper airflow through the cylinder heads is so vital to engine performance.

If any of these components begin to wear out, you’ll notice engine performance suffering. Similar to losing the conductor at a symphony, the timing will be off as parts of the engine are no longer operating together in sync.

One of the more common problems with 1999 Mustang cylinder heads is blown head gaskets. When the seal of the head gasket fails, several symptoms can arise: engine overheating, hesitation and misfiring, coolant found in your oil.

It’s important not to drive a vehicle with a damaged head gasket, and to repair the problem before it causes any further damage.

Your Source for 1999 Mustang Cylinder Heads

Whether you’re looking to repair or replace your 1999 Mustang cylinder heads, you’re at the right place. Here at CJ Pony Parts, you’ll find all the 1999 Mustang cylinder heads and cylinder head parts you need. From camshafts to cylinder head replacement kits, we’ve got it all. If you need help finding the right cylinder head parts for your Mustang, simply give us a call or start up an online chat. Our Mustang experts are happy to help you find the parts you need, and we’ll even ship your order for free.