What Is a “K-Code” Mustang?Last Updated August 20, 2020
The K-Code engine was first available to Mustang buyers in 1964 and lasted until 1967. Less than one percent of the 1.7 million Mustangs produced were actually equipped with a K-Code engine. The K-Code Mustang is a highly sought-after vehicle by classic car collectors.
Improving your Mustang’s gas mileage is a dilemma that many enthusiasts struggle with when thinking about their muscle cars; they want to put their high-powered engines to the test, but they don’t want to make routine trips to the gas station every time they put the pedal to the floor.
Some of the most simple and overlooked questions can be the hardest to find an answer to. One of those would be the simple question of what does GT stand for when us enthusiasts use the term Mustang GT? Yes, in the most general sense, it stands for Gran Touring, but for the Mustang it means so much more.
They say that you should never judge a book by its cover, and this especially rings true for the EcoBoost engine. What it lacks in size, the EcoBoost more than makes up for it with its power and efficiency capabilities. Thanks to its turbocharged, direct-injection technology, the EcoBoost squeezes every ounce of power out of the smaller motor to create a one-of-a-kind driving experience. If you have ruled out a V8 engine, an EcoBoost motor would be an excellent choice for your Ford Mustang or F-150!