Tire pressure is very important on any car. It affects fuel efficiency, handling, cornering, stopping and tire life. Read on to learn all about the correct Mustang tire pressure.
Early Mustangs didn’t come with a tachometer as part of the standard equipment. However, I found that a tachometer is an indispensable tool if you want to tune your engine correctly.
This short guide will assist you in installing a tachometer on your Mustang without too much hassle.
In order to optimize the fuel/air mixture on your Mustang’s carburetor, you need to correctly adjust the idle mixture screws to make the mix leaner or richer. Learn all you need to know about idle mixture screw adjustment.
Have you opened up your classic Mustang’s air cleaner recently? Chances are the air filter that’s inside is still the original cardboard model, as mine was.
All Mustangs originally came with waxed cardboard air filters, and the point was to replace these disposable filters on a regular basis (every 10,000 miles, give or take) to ensure proper air flow.
If you’re looking for a guide on how to choose and install a replacement radio in your 1965 or 1966 Mustang, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll go into some options for radios and explain how to install one correctly.
Throttle return is a very important aspect of carburation. You want your carb to open all the way on acceleration, buy you also want it to close properly when you lift your foot off the gas pedal.
Here is a short guide on how to install a throttle spring bracket the right way.
There is nothing more annoying than finally getting your Mustang engine tuned so it runs right, to find out that your girlfriend doesn’t want to ride in it anymore because it smells like gasoline.
If you want to know what the original stock hubcaps look like for a 65 or a 66 ford mustang, you’ve come to the right place. See our pictures of both 1966 and 1965 mustang hubcaps and find out!
If your classic Mustang is stalling in the rain, it’s time to check and maybe replace your inner fender splash shields. The procedure is simple: jack up the car, remove the front wheels, unbolt the old splash shields and bolt the new ones right on. Problem solved!
When you’re working on your Mustang restoration project you’re bound to blow the occasional fuse or two. This article will help you to locate the fuse box, seek out blown fuses, identify which fuse does what, and to replace the blown fuses with new ones with the correct amperage.