Brake Caliper Covers InstallationLast Updated August 25, 2020 | Meghan Drummond
Changing the look of your calipers without an expensive brake overhaul or risky painting job is easy with brake caliper covers. Available in a variety of colors and patterns, these simple appearance upgrades are easy to install and can completely change the look of your Mustang's wheels. Here’s how to install them.
There’s no doubt that the 5.0L 4-Valve Coyote Engine is one of the best motors to come out of Ford Motor Company’s headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. Since its inception in 2011, the Coyote engine has produced north of 400 horsepower at the crankshaft for the Mustang GTs. Towering another 100+ horsepower over the outgoing 2010 4.6L 3-Valve, the Coyote is clearly impressive in stock form. But what will happen if you throw the right modifications at it?
From the original first-gen Mustang to the latest S550 model, the aftermarket has virtually infinite ways for you to customize your pony car. Restore your classic Mustang or get the latest style upgrades for your car. No matter what year you have, there are always ways to put more power under the hood.
Hood scoops are easy performance and appearance boosters that are a favorite of muscle car enthusiasts. Through the years, the Mustang has had many different hood scoops, from shaker systems and ram-air scoops to some more unique choices. Though hood scoops all work to pull cool, dense air into the engine, the way each hood scoop functions is unique. If you're considering adding a hood scoop to your Mustang, or are just curious about how they function, then this guide is for you.