If you didn’t end up getting the 662 hp GT500, you could add a supercharger or turbo to get your GT pretty close to those numbers. For a less intense upgrade, you can’t go wrong with a cat-back exhaust, cold air intake, and an ECU tune. These three mods can provide a big boost in horsepower and torque, not to mention a drastic shift in your Mustang’s exhaust note.
To improve your performance on the track, look into an adjustable shock and strut kit with lowering springs or a set of coilovers. Besides the lowered stance, they’ll both provide better handling and tighter steering. An upgrade to your stock rear lower control arms can also help improve your handling in the corners and limit axle movement for better launches.
If it’s a unique style you’re after, try a new set of wheels or swap out all your lights for LEDs. Exterior mods like ram air hoods, grilles, splitters, spoilers, window louvers, stripes, and decals can make your ride stand out from other 2014 Mustangs. As for the interior, you can customize it with better seats, unique trim kits, interior lighting, steering wheels, floor mats, and more.
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