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Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Specs

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With a fuel consumption of 9.3 litres/100km - 30 mpg UK - 25 mpg US (Average), 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 9.3 seconds, a maximum top speed of 112 mph (180 km/h), a curb weight of 3064 lbs (1390 kgs), the Mustang IV 3.8 V6 has a naturally-aspirated V 6 cylinder engine, Petrol motor.
This engine produces a maximum power of 147 PS (145 bhp - 108 kW) at 4000 rpm and a maximum torque of 292 Nm (215 lb.ft) at 2500 rpm. The power is transmitted to the road by the rear wheel drive (RWD) with a 4 speed Automatic gearbox.
On the topic of chassis details responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Mustang IV has Independent. McPherson. coil springs. anti-roll bar front suspension and De Dion axle. Coil springs. anti-roll bar rear suspension. Stock tire sizes are 205 / 65 on 15 inch rims at the front, and 205 / 65 on 15 inch rims at the rear. For stopping power, the Mustang IV 3.8 V6 braking system includes Vented Discs at the front and Discs at the rear.
The Mustang IV model is a car manufactured by Ford, sold new from year 1995 until 1996, and available after that as a used car.

Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Engine Technical DataFord Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Engine Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylinders : V 6
Engine Code : -
Fuel type : Petrol
Fuel System : MPI
Engine Alignment : Longitudinal
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity : 3797 cm3 or 231.7 cu-in
Bore x Stroke : 96.8 x 86.0 mm
3.78 x 3.39 inches
Number of valves : 12 Valves
Aspiration : N/A
Compression Ratio : 9.0
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower : 147 PS or 145 bhp or 108 kW @ 4000 rpm
Maximum torque : 292 Nm or 215 lb.ft @ 2500 rpm
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain : RWD
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds :

Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Fuel Consumption (Economy), Emissions and Range Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Fuel Consumption (Economy), Emissions and Range

Fuel Consumption - Economy - Combined: 9.3 L/100km
30 mpg UK / 25 mpg US
Fuel Consumption - Economy - Open road: 7.8 L/100km
36 mpg UK / 30 mpg US
Fuel Consumption - Economy - City: 11.7 L/100km
24 mpg UK / 20 mpg US
Range : 623 Km or 387 miles
Fuel Tank Capacity : 58 L
12.8 UK gallons
15.3 US gallons
CO2 emissions : 222 g/Km (estimate)

Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Performance Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Performance

Top Speed : 180 km/h or 112 Mph
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) : 9.3 s

Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Size, Dimensions, Aerodynamics and Weight Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 Size, Dimensions, Aerodynamics and Weight

Wheelbase : 257 cm or 101.18 inches
Length : 461 cm or 181.5 inches
Width : 182 cm or 71.65 inches
Height : 134 cm or 52.76 inches
Aerodynamic drag coefficient - Cx : -
Front Brakes - Disc dimensions : Vented Discs (- mm)
Rear Brakes - Dics dimensions : Discs (- mm)
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions : 205/65 R15
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions : 205/65 R15
Curb Weight : 1390 kg OR 3064 lbs
Weight-Power Output Ratio : 9.5 kg/hp
Trunk / Boot capacity : 310 L
Front Suspension : Independent. McPherson. coil springs. anti-roll bar
Rear Suspension : De Dion axle. Coil springs. anti-roll bar

What engine is in Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6?
The Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 has a V 6, Petrol engine with 3797 cm3 / 231.7 cu-in capacity.

How many horsepower (hp) does a 1995 Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 have?
The 1995 Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 has 147 PS / 145 bhp / 108 kW.

How much does a Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 weighs?
The Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 weighs 1390 Kg / 3064 lbs.

What is the top speed of a Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6?
The Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 top speed is 180 Km/h / 112 mph.

Is Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 All Wheel Drive (AWD)?
No, the Ford Mustang IV 3.8 V6 is not All Wheel Drive (AWD). It's Rear Wheel Drive (RWD).

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1995 Mustang Information & Specifications

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1995 Mustang Overview:

There were no significant changes made to the base model V6 or GT between the 1994 and 1995 model years, though a stripped down, race-ready version of the GT, the GTS, was made available. 1995 was also the last year for the aging 302cid Small Block V8 that had been a part of the Mustang's legacy since the mid 1970s. The 1995 variant of the 5.0L came out of the factory with a 215 horsepower rating with 285ft/lbs of torque. The V6 base model had the 3.8L Essex V6 that output 145hp and 215ft/lbs of torque. The standard SVT Cobra pushed the Windsor up to 240 horsepower, though torque remained exactly the same. The Cobra R made a return in 1995 and featured a massive 5.8L V8 with 300 horsepower and 365ft/lbs of torque in its stock form. The innate similarities between the 1994 and 1995 Mustangs allowed many of their performance accessories to interchange, leaving us here at Stage 3 Motorsports with a variety of parts for owners of 1995 Mustangs.
1995 SVT Cobra R

1995 Mustang Aftermarket Performance Parts:

Some of the easiest upgrades for the '95 Mustangs are simple bolt-on replacements for engine bay equipment. With a few installs that can take under an hour each, the 5.0L V8 can see up to a 30 horsepower bump in total output. The most common aftermarket performance accessory that our customers usually take advantage of is a new 1995 Mustang cold air intake. Cold air systems use a series of tubing and a high performance filter to draw large amounts of cold air from the outboard side of the fender well where they are safe from any engine heat. The colder charge air can add roughly 10 horsepower onto the Windsor. Another fairly common add-on is a new 1995 Mustang throttle body. All of our uprated throttle bodies at Stage 3 Motorsports are often thrown on along with a CAI and make airflow into the Mustang's intake manifold many times more efficient than stock, giving the SN95 another ten to twelve horsepower. Another ten horsepower can be found by replacing the factory cast iron pulleys with new 1995 Mustang underdrive pulleys that slow down the 5.0L's belt-driven accessories for less drag on the engine belt and more power to the flywheel.
K&N Mustang Cold Air Intake

1995 Mustang aftermarket exhaust upgrades:

If Stage 3's engine compartment enhancements aren't enough, then investing in a new 1995 Mustang exhaust system will add power and a brutal muscle car growl onto your SN95. As an appetizer, an aftermarket cat-back exhaust will give the fourth generation Mustangs a classic '60s and '70s roar by replacing the standard mid-mufflers with specially designed versions or complete muffler deletes. New kickover pipes and premium exhaust tips round out the package and are generally comprised of mandrel-bent piping that helps to free up exhaust flow for a small amount of performance gains. Getting power out of the Mustang's exhaust begins with a new 1995 Mustang x-pipe or h-pipe. These pipes replace the restrictive stock mid-pipe and catalytic converters with more efficient tubing. Off-road designs delete the catalytic converters entirely and provide the greatest horsepower gains in the range of 10hp to 20hp. The stock exhaust manifold is the cause of much of the back pressure in the entire exhaust system and replacing it with a set of 1995 Mustang shorty headers or full long tube headers, will give your Mustang its maximum horsepower potential. Shorty headers fit the engine exhaust ports and the stock mid-pipe and are simply a more efficient version of the stock manifolds. Long tube headers, on the other hand, run from the engine to an aftermarket shorty mid-pipe and allow exhaust gasses an exit with almost no back pressure and adding on about 30 extra horsepower. Some mid-pipes or headers may not meet emissions requirements in your area. Check your local smog guidelines before ordering.
1994-1995 Mustang 5.0L BBK Long Tube Headers

1995 Mustang exterior upgrades:

A Mustang that runs great and sounds ferocious is a great thing to have, but it needs to look its best in order to turn heads. Stage 3 Motorsports customers with the older SN95s tend to look into our good selection of 1995 Mustang headlights and taillights before anything else. We have headlights that have OE designs or modernized versions specifically built for SN95s that gives the front end a high-tech look. Our best headlights come standard with LEDs, CCFL halos and projector lenses that can mount the latest HID kits. To complete your exterior facelift, Stage 3 carries a huge selection of 1995 Mustang wheels from OE Wheels and Wheel Replicas that have several unique designs that have stock looks or more radical, sporty appearances. Upgrading your Mustang's tires to a set of Nitto NT555s will greatly enhance the SN95's handling performance on the street, track or drag strip without ruining your daily drive with excess noise, vibration or harshness. Contact Stage 3 for the most up-to-date tire pricing and size options for your application.
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Ford Mustang V6 Coupé, 1995 MY US

Applicable to the USA domestic market(s).bodyworkBody type2+2 seater fixed-head coupéNumber of doors2Designerdimensions & weightsmminchesWheelbase2573mm101.3inchesTrack/tread (front)1537 mm60.5 inchesTrack/tread (rear)1504 mm59.2 inchesLength4610mm181.5inchesWidth1824 mm71.8 inchesHeight1346 mm53 inchesGround clearancelength:wheelbase ratio1.79Kerb weightWeight distributionfuel tank capacity70 litres15.4 [18.5] UK [US] gal.aerodynamicsDrag coefficientFrontal areaCdAengineengine type naturally aspirated petrol Engine manufacturerFordEngine codeCylindersV 6 in 90° veeCapacity3.8 litre
3791 cc
(231.341 cu in)Bore×Stroke96.52 × 86.36 mm
3.8 × 3.4 inBore/stroke ratio1.12Valve gearoverhead camshaft (OHC)
2 valves per cylinder
12 valves in total maximum power output
(SAE net)147 PS (145 bhp) (108 kW)
at 4000 rpmSpecific output
(SAE net)38.2 bhp/litre
0.63 bhp/cu inmaximum torque
(SAE net)292 Nm (215 ft·lb) (29.8 kgm)
at 2500 rpmSpecific torque
(SAE net) 77.02 Nm/litre
0.93 ft·lb/cu3Engine constructionsumpwet sumpedcompression ratio9:1Fuel systemSMPFIbmep (brake mean effective pressure)967.9 kPa (140.4 psi)Maximum RPMcrankshaft bearingsEngine coolantWaterUnitary capacity631.83 ccAspirationNormalCompressorN/AIntercoolerNoneCatalytic converterYperformanceAcceleration 0-80km/h (50mph)Acceleration 0-60mphAcceleration 0-100km/hAcceleration 0-160km/h (100mph)Standing quarter-mileStanding kilometreMaximum speedPower-to-weight ratioWeight-to-power ratiofuel consumptionFuel consumptionuniversal fuel consumption (calculated from the above)litres/100kmkm/litreUK MPGUS MPGCarbon dioxide emissionsCarfolio Calculated CO2?VED band (UK)CO2 Effizienz (DE)chassisEngine positionfrontEngine layoutlongitudinalDrive wheelsrear wheel drive   Torque splitN/ASteeringpower assisted rack & pinionturns lock-to-lockTurning circleFront suspensionRear suspensionWheel size frontWheel size rearTyres frontP205/65 R 15 92TTyres rearP205/65 R 15 92TBrakes F/RDi/Di-S Front brake diameterRear brake diameterBraked areaGearbox 5 speed manual Top gear ratioFinal drive ratiogeneralCarfolio.com ID180697Production totalModel codeRAC rating34.7Insurance classificationNo information availableTax bandNo information available1995 Ford Mustang V6 Coupé added 2008-07-16.
Last modified 2013-02-28.
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What Is An SN-95 Mustang? - SN-95 Mustang History

1995 Mustang Engine Information & Specs – 232 Ford Essex V6 Engine (3.8 L)

Head bolts 1984 & up35-45-55-60Head bolts 198345-55-65-75Rod end caps31-36Intake bolts5-10-18Exhaust manifold bolts15-22Harmonic damper93-121A/C Compressor mountspressure plate to flywheel12-24Motor mounts to engineBellhousing to engine bolts28-38Trans to bellhousingFlywheel to Crankshaft54-64Auto Transmission to motor block 4 & 6 cylinders28-38Auto Transmission to motor block 8 cylinders40-50Crankshaft pulley to Harmonic balancer20-28Vibration dampner boltCamshaft Sprocket15-22Timing chain cover bolts15-22fuel pump to block 12-15neutral start switch C3 1979-198112-15neutral start switch C3 1982 – 19867-10neutral start switch C46-8neutral start switch C555-75 “/lbsneutral start switch C3 1982 – 198684-120 “/lbsneutral start switch AOD8-11 lbsAuto transmission pan bolts C312-17Auto transmission pan bolts C4 & C512-16Auto transmission pan bolts A4LD8-10Auto transmission pan bolts AOD6-10Oil pan bolts12Valve cover bolts10Carburetor mount boltsOil pump18-22Oil pan drain plug8-12Trans. inspection plateWater pump bolts15-22Clutch pressure plateSpark plugs7-14engine block drain plug5-8Rocker arms8 -18 to 25Main cap bolts65-81Rocker arm cover to cylinder head (screw)31-61 inch poundsRocker arm cover to cylinder head (bolt/stud80-106 inch poundsCarb to intake 5200/650010-14Carb to intake model YFA 1v13-14Carb to intake 2150 2V14-16Carb to intake model 7200 VV12-15Carb to intake 4180-C 4V14-20Automatic transmission oil pan10-12Driveshaft flange bolts70-95Pedal support brake bracket13-25Clutch self adjuster bolt17-26Wheel lug nuts85-105Front hub nut17-25, back off then to 10-15 lbsManual transmission drain & filled plug12-22Rear differential cover bolts, 1994 to 199822Rear differential cover bolts, 1999 and up32
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Mustang v6 specs 95

Ford Mustang (fourth generation)

Motor vehicle

Fourth-generation Mustang
94-98 Ford Mustang coupe.jpg
ManufacturerFord
ProductionOctober 15, 1993 – May 10, 2004[1][2]
AssemblyDearborn, Michigan, United States (Dearborn Assembly Plant)
DesignerPatrick Schiavone (exterior: 1990)
Emeline King (interior: 1990)
Doug Gaffka (facelift: 1996)[3]
ClassPony car
Body style
LayoutFR layout
Platform
  • Ford Fox-4 SN-95(1): 1994–1998
  • Ford Fox-4 SN-95(2): 1999–2004
Engine
  • 3.8 L (232 cu in) OHV EssexV6 (1994-2004)
  • 3.9 L (237 cu in) OHV Essex V6 (2004)
  • 4.9 L (302 cu in) OHV small blockV8 (1994-1995 GT & Cobra)
  • 5.8 L (351 cu in) OHV Windsor V8 (1995 Cobra R)
  • 4.6 L (281 cu in) 2v SOHC Modular V8 (1996-2004 GT)
  • 4.6 L (281 cu in) 4v DOHC Modular V8 (1996-2001 Cobra)
  • 4.6 L (281 cu in) 4v DOHC SC Modular V8 (2003-2004 Cobra)
  • 5.4 L (330 cu in) 4v DOHC Modular V8 (2000 Cobra R)
Transmission
  • T-5 5-speed manual (1994-2004 V6)
  • World Class T-5 (5-speed manual) (1994-1995 GT & Cobra)
  • T-45 5-speed manual (1996-1999 Cobra & 1996-2001 GT)
  • TR-3550 5-speed manual (1995 Cobra R)
  • TR-3650 5-Speed Manual (2001 Cobra & 2001-2004 GT)
  • T-56 6-speed manual
  • AODE 4-speed automatic (1994-1995 V6 & GT)
  • 4R70W 4-speed automatic (1996-2004 V6 & GT)
Wheelbase101.3 in (2,573 mm)[4]
Length1994-1998: 181.5 in (4,610 mm)[4]
1994-1998 Cobra: 182.5 in (4,636 mm)
1999–2004: 183.2 in (4,653 mm)
1999–2004 Cobra: 183.5 in (4,661 mm)
Width1994–98: 71.8 in (1,824 mm)
1999–2004: 73.1 in (1,857 mm)
Height1994–96 coupe: 52.9 in (1,344 mm) in
1997–98 coupe & Cobra convertible: 53.2 in (1,351 mm)
GT coupe, 1997–98 convertible & GT convertible: 53.4 in (1,356 mm) in
1994–96 GT convertible & Cobra: 53.3 in (1,354 mm)
1994–96 convertible: 53 in (1,346 mm)
1999–2004 coupe: 53.1 in (1,349 mm)
1999–2004 convertible & Cobra: 53.2 in (1,351 mm)
1999–2001 Cobra convertible: 53.3 in (1,354 mm)
Mach 1: 52.4 in (1,331 mm)
2002–04 SVT Cobra coupe: 52.5 in (1,334 mm)
2002–04 SVT Cobra convertible: 52.9 in (1,344 mm)
PredecessorFord Mustang (third generation)
SuccessorFord Mustang (fifth generation)

Main article: Ford Mustang

The fourth generation Ford Mustang is an automobile that was produced by the AmericanmanufacturerFord for the 1994 through 2004 model years. For 1994 the Ford Mustang underwent its first major redesign in fifteen years, being introduced in November 1993 and launching on December 9, 1993.[5] The design, code named "SN-95" by Ford, was based on an updated version of the Fox platform, the final Ford vehicle underpinned with this platform. It featured styling by Bud Magaldi that incorporated some stylistic elements from the classic Mustangs.[6] A convertible returned, but the previous notchback and hatchback bodystyles were discontinued in favor of a single fastbackcoupe bodystyle.

Prior to the redesigned Mustang's launch, a two-seater show car was designed by Darrell Behmer and Bud Magali.[7] Called the Mustang Mach III, it was shown at the 1993 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and hinted at what the new production Mustang would look like.[7] The Mach III featured a supercharged 4.6 L DOHC V8 with 450 hp (336 kW; 456 PS). While this engine was not put into production, it hinted to the future use of Ford's Modular V8 in the Mustang, including the eventual use of a supercharged 4.6 L V8.[8]

Mustang (1994–1998)[edit]

The base Mustang featured Ford's 3.8 L OHV Essex V6 mated to a standard 5-speed manual transmission or an optional AODE 4-speed automatic transmission. The V6 produced 145 hp (108 kW; 147 PS) at 4000 rpm and 215 lb⋅ft (292 N⋅m) of torque at 2500 rpm. For 1996, the base V6 gained five horsepower with a new powertrain control module (PCM), the EEC-V. The AODE transmission was replaced with the 4R70W 4-speed automatic transmission for 1996.

A 1994 Mustang convertible and the red interior of a V6 model. Other interior colors—such as black and beige—were also available.

Ford allocated $700 million to improve the Fox platform for the 1994 Mustang. Efforts were made to improve the car's handling as well as noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) conditions over the previous generation Mustang. The Mustang's front suspension makes use of MacPherson struts with longer lower control arms, new spindles, anti-roll bars, and other enhancements over 1993 and older Mustangs. In the rear, a four-bar link solid axle is used.[9] The 1994 Mustang's standard rear axle ratio was 2.73:1, though this was later changed to 3.27:1. All Mustangs received standard four-wheel disc brakes, though anti-lock brakes (ABS) were optional.[10]

Along with its new exterior, the 1994 Mustang received new interior styling. The Mustang's cabin featured a "dual-cockpit" layout that was adorned with contours and sweeping curves, similarly to other Fords of the time such as the Thunderbird. The 1994 Mustang offered many options, some of which later became standard equipment. The preferred equipment package came with power windows, mirrors, and door locks, remote keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control, and a trunk cargo net. Also available was Ford's Mach 460, 230-watt multi-speaker sound system with CD player. All 1994 Mustangs received standard three-point seat belts and dual front airbags.[11] Also, the taillight design for 1996 changed from three horizontal strips to three vertical sections more in line with classic Mustang tradition. Production of this Mustang ran until October 1998.

Mustang GT[edit]

Following the base Mustang in December 1993, the Mustang GT was reintroduced in January 1994, featuring higher performance and better handling than the base Mustang or its 1993 predecessor. Ford carried over the 302 CID pushrod small-block V8 engine (called the "5.0 L" although its actual dispacement was 4.94 L) from the 1993 Mustang GT. Total output from the engine was 215 hp (160 kW; 218 PS) at 4200 rpm and 285 lb⋅ft (386 N⋅m) of torque at 3400 rpm. Mustang GTs could deliver zero to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration times in the high-six second range and complete a quarter-mile in about 15 seconds.[9] The Mustang GT also featured a stiffer handling suspension, a 3.08:1 rear axle ratio (later changed to 3.27:1 or 3.55:1 depending on the transmission and model year), dual exhausts, and larger 16-inch (410 mm) wheels (compared to the base Mustang's 15-inch wheels). The 1994 Mustang GT was named Motor Trend Car of the Year.

For 1995, a one-year model referred to as the Mustang GTS was introduced. This was considered to be a "stripped down" version of the Mustang GT that included the performance parts of the GT model, but a minimum of non-performance related features, similar in concept to the 5.0 LX Fox-body. The 1995 GT was the last year of the 5.0 pushrod V8 engine.

In 1996, Ford dropped the 302 CID small block V8 that was in production since 1968[12] and introduced the Modular 4.6 L SOHC V8. These engines were produced at two different plants, Windsor and Romeo. A "W" in the VIN 8th digit indicates a "Romeo" engine, while an "X" indicates a "Windsor".

The Windsor and Romeo have subtle differences. Valve cover bolt patterns are one. Romeo has fewer bolts than the Windsor. Another difference is the front cover bolts. The Windsor uses 8 mm and the Romeo uses 10 mm bolts. The Romeo uses jack screws on the main caps and the Windsor uses dowels. The new engine produced 215 hp (160 kW; 218 PS) at 4400 rpm and 285 lb⋅ft (386 N⋅m) of torque at 3500 rpm, matching the output of its predecessor. For 1998, the 4.6 L V8 received a small increase in output, resulting in 225 hp (168 kW; 228 PS) at 4750 rpm and 290 lb⋅ft (393 N⋅m) of torque at 3500 rpm. This was achieved through PCM calibration and a modified fuel system. Though capable of matching or exceeding the older 302 V8's output, the 4.6 L V8 was criticized for delivering inadequate performance, particularly against the larger displacement of the OHV V8 used in the Mustang's chief rival, the Chevrolet Camaro.[13]

Mustang Cobra[edit]

Main article: Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Building on the performance of the Mustang GT, Ford's Special Vehicle Team (SVT) developed an even higher performance car: the Mustang Cobra. For the 1994 and 1995 model years, the 5.0L V8 was modified for the Cobra with unique intake manifolds, cams, fuel injectors, and heads. Suspension and brakes were also changed with 13-inch front discs with "COBRA" embossed calipers as well as Cobra specific shocks, struts, and springs. In 1996 it was available in a special color package called the Mystic Cobra which consisted of an expensive Chrom-a-lusion exterior finish like the Mysti-Chrome package on 2004 models. A total of 2,000 were produced. 1996-1998 Cobras were powered by Ford's modular 4.6 L DOHC V8 which produced an advertised 305 hp (227 kW; 309 PS) and 300 lb⋅ft (407 N⋅m) of torque.

The "New Edge" (1999–2004)[edit]

A redesigned SN-95 Mustang came on December 26, 1998, for the 1999 model year with production starting in November 1998, informally known as the SN-99 Mustang platform/variant. Characterizing the redesign was Ford's New Edge design language, which featured sharper contours, larger wheel arches, and creases in the bodywork, replacing many of the soft lines of the previous model. The Mustang also received new wheels and hubcaps. However, the car carried over the same roofline and interior, in addition to the same basic platform. All 1999 Mustangs (except the Cobra) received "35th-Anniversary" badges on the front fenders.[14][15]

A "35th Anniversary Limited Edition" appearance option package came on 2,318 GT coupes and 2,310 GT convertibles.[16] Available only in black, silver metallic, white, and red, they featured a body-colored hood scoop, rear spoiler, side scoops and rocker panels, a blacked-out panel between the taillamps, and 17 by 8-inch (200 mm) five-spoke aluminum wheels; while the Interiors included black leather and vinyl seats with silver inserts and pony logo, aluminum shift knob, a unique instrument cluster with 35th anniversary script, silver and black floor mats with 35th anniversary logo, and silver door trim inserts.[17]

The 3.8 L Essex V6 returned as the base engine for 1999. A new split-port induction system replaced single-port induction, which increased the base model's output to 190 hp (142 kW; 193 PS) at 5250 rpm and 220 lb⋅ft (298 N⋅m) of torque at 2750 rpm.[18]

2001 Ford Mustang Premium

For 1999, the Mustang also received a change to its taillights, making them edgier, with sharp corners and straight lines as opposed to the rounded off style of previous years. The lamps were still composed of three vertical segments, reminiscent of the original. Minimal changes occurred from year-to-year, most noticeable was a redesigned center panel in the dashboard for 2001, which now allowed double-din stereo head units, including an in-dash six-CD player. The rear window defroster switch, previously mounted below the headlamp pull switch, was moved to the lower center stack below the stereo. When equipped, the fog lamp switch was relocated to the lower center stack as well, previously, it was on the center console adjacent to the cup holders. The third button on the lower switch panel was for the traction control system (on V8 models). On convertible models, the power roof switch remained on the center console - on coupe models, that switch was replaced with a small coin holder.

The GT model continued to use the 4.6 L V8 as before, but now with 260 hp (194 kW; 264 PS) at 5250 rpm and 302 lb⋅ft (409 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 rpm.[19]

In 2001, Ford added Intake Manifold Runner Control (IMRC) to the V6, increasing the engine's output to 193 hp (144 kW; 196 PS) at 5500 rpm and 225 lb⋅ft (305 N⋅m) of torque at 2800 rpm.[20] During the second half of the 2004 model year, the 3.8 L Essex was replaced with a slightly revised 3.9 L version with a slightly longer stroke but a power output identical to the outgoing 3.8 L. The 3.9 L Essex was used in the Mustang for only half a year before being replaced by the 4.0 L Cologne V6 for the 2005 model year. The last Mustang for this generation was produced on May 10, 2004.

Mustang Cobra (1999, 2001, and 2003–2004)[edit]

1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Main article: Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

The Cobra model returned for 1999 with its 32-valve 4.6 L V8, now rated at 320 hp (239 kW; 324 PS) at 6000 rpm and 317 lb⋅ft (430 N⋅m) of torque at 4750 rpm.

In 2003 and 2004, the Cobra (aka "Terminator") gained a supercharged engine rated at 390 hp (291 kW; 395 PS), more aggressive front and rear fascia, better-bolstered seats with angle adjustable headrests, and unique 18-inch wheels.

Special editions[edit]

Ford Mustang Bullitt Edition

In 2000, a unique trim level called the "Spring Feature Edition" was available on GT models. Offered only in Performance Red, Laser Red, Black, Silver, White, or Zinc Yellow, the Spring Feature package contained 17" x 8" performance wheels and tires, a body-colored hood scoop, body-colored side scoops, two black "GT" stripes on the hood, and black "Mustang" inserts on the embossed bumper. Ford produced 3,091 Spring Feature GTs.[21]

In 2001, the Special Edition Bullitt was released to the public. Available only as coupe, the Bullitt was a mildly upgraded version of the standard GT. Factory upgrades included with a lowered suspension (3/4 inch), subframe connectors (used on the convertible models), Tokico shocks, and brakes from the Cobra (13 in front, 11.7 in rear). The car also received an upgraded exhaust and a re-designed intake. These power upgrades led to a factory rating of 265 hp (198 kW), a gain of five horsepower over the standard GT. On the exterior, the car received unique Torq-Thrust style wheels, removal of the fog lights (for the US market; Canadian cars retained them) and rear deck spoiler, as well as new trim accents. |It was available in three colors: Dark Highland Green, True Blue, and Black.

The success of the 2001 Bullitt led to the production of a second special edition, the 2003 to 2004 Mach 1. The Mach 1 was equipped with a 4.6 L DOHC 305 hp (227 kW) engine based on the engine available in the 1999 and 2001 Mustang Cobras, with new cylinder heads from the 2003 to 2004 Cobra (see above). The interior of the car was given a retro theme with seats made to look like the "comfort-weave" seats available in the 1960s-era Mach 1s. It also featured retro-themed gauges and a unique aluminum shifter ball. On the vehicle's exterior, a Mach 1 package was applied, consisting of a functional Shaker scoop, a unique 3-tier hood, decals set on the hood, rocker/door panels, a special chin spoiler, a flat black-rear-spoiler, Magnum 500 style wheels, and the C-Pillar covers used on the 1994-1998 Mustang. The car also received similar suspension upgrades as the Bullitt including unique Tokico struts on the rear and the convertible-spec subframe connectors.[22]

In 2004, Ford produced a special 40th Anniversary Edition of the Mustang. As an $895 option available in both Standard and GT editions, coupe or convertible, it consisted of 40th Anniversary badging, enhanced interior with "40th Anniversary" floor mats, painted folding exterior mirrors from the Cobra models, a tan cloth convertible top (instead of canvas), Arizona Beige painted "Bullitt" wheels, and Arizona Beige stripes on the hood, trunk and lower bodysides. The anniversary package was available in Crimson Red (exclusive to package), Oxford White or black. Ford produced 4,558 Crimson Red models. Crimson Red, Ford paint code "FX", was also called Merlot on several other Ford models from the 2002 through 2008 model years. Most 40th Anniversary package cars came with Parchment (tan) leather interiors. Some came with black leather. This is possibly a Canadian variation. This possible Canada-only variation also features 2003 Cobra wheels, no hood stripes and 'Mustang' decals on the lower-body side panels under the doors. Other than two pre-production units, all Crimson Red vehicles were built from August through November 2003. Forty-one of the Crimson Red cars were sent to Roush Industries for conversions into Roush Mustangs. It marked the end of this design of the Mustang, as 2005 ushered in an all-new model.[23]

Ford celebrated its 100th Anniversary in June 2003, and made limited edition F-SeriesSuper Duty trucks, Explorers, Taurus, Focus, and Mustang GTs to commemorate the event. The 100th Anniversary models only came in black and included Premium Verona-grain Imola leather seating surfaces in two-tone parchment, and the Mustang got the GT premium package which included 17" wheels, anti-lock brakes and traction control; dual exhaust; power driver's seat with power lumbar support; leather-wrapped steering wheel; and Mach 1000 or Mach 460 AM/FM Stereo with six-disc CD changer, as well as 40th Anniversary badges on the fender and decklid and embossed on the seats. The Centennial Package was a $995 upgrade.[24]

Right-hand drive conversion[edit]

See also: Tickford Vehicle Engineering

Ford Australia

This generation was sold in Australia for two years from 2001 to 2002 as to compete against the Holden Monaro (which eventually became the basis for the reborn Pontiac GTO). Due to the fact that the Mustang was never designed for right-hand-drive, Ford Australia contracted Tickford Vehicle Engineering to convert 250 Mustangs and modify them to meet Australian Design Rules per year.[25] The development cost for redesigning the components and setting up the production process was A$4,000,000.[26] Sales did not meet expectations, due in part to a very high selling price.[27] In total, just 377 Mustangs were sold in Australia between 2001–2003.[28]

For promotional purposes, Ford Racing Australia built a Mustang V10 convertible, which was powered by a Ford Modular 6.8-Litre V10 engine from the American F-Series Super Duty truck but with an Australian-made supercharger.[29]

Engine output summary[edit]

Year Base Model GT Cobra Special Edition
1994 145 hp (108 kW) @ 4000 rpm

215 ft·lbf (291 N·m) of torque @ 2500 rpm

215 hp (160 kW) @ 4200 rpm

285 ft·lbf (386 N·m) of torque @ 3400 rpm

240 hp (179 kW) @ 4800 rpm [30]
1995 145 hp (108 kW) @ 4000 rpm

215 ft·lbf (291 N·m) of torque @ 2500 rpm

215 hp (160 kW) @ 4200 rpm

285 ft·lbf (386 N·m) of torque @ 3500 rpm

240 hp (179 kW)[30]300 hp (224 kW)[30](Cobra R)
1996 150 hp (112 kW) @ 4000 rpm

215 ft·lbf (291 N·m) of torque @ 2500 rpm

215 hp (160 kW) @ 4400 rpm

285 ft·lbf (386 N·m) of torque @ 3500 rpm

305 hp (227 kW) @ 5800 rpm

300 ft·lbf (406 N·m) of torque @ 4800 rpm

1997 150 hp (112 kW) @ 4000 rpm

215 ft·lbf (291 N·m) of torque @ 2500 rpm

215 hp (160 kW) @ 4400 rpm

285 ft·lbf (386 N·m) of torque @ 3500 rpm

305 hp (227 kW) @ 5800 rpm

300 ft·lbf (406 N·m) of torque @ 4800 rpm

1998 150 hp (112 kW) @ 4000 rpm

215 ft·lbf (291 N·m) of torque @ 2500 rpm

225 hp (168 kW) @ 4750 rpm

290 ft·lbf (393 N·m) of torque @ 3500 rpm

305 hp (227 kW) @ 5800 rpm

300 ft·lbf (406 N·m) of torque @ 4800 rpm

1999 190 hp (142 kW) @ 5250 rpm

220 ft·lbf (298 N·m) of torque @ 2750 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

320 hp (239 kW) @ 6000 rpm

317 ft·lbf (429 N·m) of torque @ 4750 rpm

2000 190 hp (142 kW) @ 5250 rpm

220 ft·lbf (298 N·m) of torque @ 2750 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

385 hp (287 kW)[30](Cobra R)
2001 193 hp (144 kW) @ 5500 rpm

225 ft·lbf (305 N·m) of torque @ 2800 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

320 hp (239 kW) @ 6000 rpm

317 ft·lbf (429 N·m) of torque @ 4750 rpm

265 hp (198 kW) (Bullitt)
2002 193 hp (144 kW) @ 5500 rpm

225 ft·lbf (305 N·m) of torque @ 2800 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

2003 193 hp (144 kW) @ 5500 rpm

225 ft·lbf (305 N·m) of torque @ 2800 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

390 hp (291 kW) †

390 ft·lbf (529 N·m) of torque

305 hp (227 kW) (Mach I)
2004 193 hp (144 kW) @ 5500 rpm

225 ft·lbf (305 N·m) of torque @ 2800 rpm

260 hp (194 kW) @ 5250 rpm

302 ft·lbf (409 N·m) of torque @ 4000 rpm

390 hp (291 kW) †

390 ft·lbf (529 N·m) of torque

305 hp (227 kW) (Mach I)

† supercharged

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