With the stringent emissions guidelines that came into play in the 1970s, automakers were spending lots of extra money trying to make their Mustang carburetors
meet the emissions specs. Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters was technology that had been experimented with for decades, but never had been reliable enough to work commercially until the 1970s and 1980s, when Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters began to be regularly part of production models. The Ford Mustang did not get Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters until 1986, but it has been standard on the car since then.
Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters are fairly simple devices. The Mustang fuel injectors are designed to shoot the proper amount of fuel right into the Mustang cylinder heads
, or into the combustion chamber. Meanwhile, the Mustang mass air meter is designed to monitor and inject air into the fuel mixture in order to get the right balance for combustion. Both the Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meter work together to control the power your Mustang's engine produces. Both the Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters are controlled by the ECU computer in your Mustang, which can adjust the mixture for certain temperatures, air densities, driving situations and more. Compared to a carburetor, which is far more manual, Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters are a more modern and efficient way to control your Mustang engine
CJ Pony Parts offers numerous Mustang Fuel Injectors & Mass Air Meters
for your Mustang. Each of these Mustang fuel injectors & mass air meters is available on the CJ Pony Parts website, or by simply giving the sales team a call. Order now and get your Mustang back on the road in no time!