that looks like a pretty good list to me ... if it was mine, I'd probably leave it alone for a while ... be aware, some of those mods will probably void the warranty
Thanks for the heads up, im definitely not in any rush. I'm more so excited to have a car that's finally worth modifying and making my own so the possibilities are excitingthat looks like a pretty good list to me ... if it was mine, I'd probably leave it alone for a while ... be aware, some of those mods will probably void the warranty
This was incredibly helpful, thank youThe exhaust kit and suspension mods are good choices. Lowering these cars is popular as are cat backs.
However the tuner, intake manifold, injectors, and possibly the long tube headers will all void the 5 year powertrain warranty. I also recommend that you do not do ANY of those mods for 5 years.
47lb or more fuel injectors would definitely not be needed without a large HP increase first and none of the stuff on that list would make bigger injectors than the stock 34lb ones necessary. Only an E85 tune would warrant bigger injectors and unless you run E85 all the time it's completely impractical to do so. The Mustang PCM can't sense the alcohol content in the gas.
Also, I wouldn't bother with a CAI since that will give you no performance benefit without significant induction mods first: intake manifold, cams, heads, or forced induction. Otherwise, CAI kits are just a waste of $.
I'd concentrate on body, interior, and suspension stuff for the first 5 years of ownership.
This was the 2nd to last mod i did and it should have been the first.The first thing I did was install hood struts. It makes the hood easier to open. I still have the prop rod, as a backup, I don't normally use the prop rod, I keep it folded and out of the way. I can use it as a back-up, if one of the struts fail.
I am in the same boat I purchased a 2022 Mustang GT about two months ago. I am finding it difficult to find mods that want break the bank. If you have come up with anything, please let me know.Through talking with a couple friends that know things I have compiled a list for my 2022 GT of reasonable mods to make, both performance and cosmetic.
Any advice would be appreciated.
My list can be viewed by the link I provided
There's plenty of mods out there for 2018-23 Musangs both big and small but you have to consider which ones void the warranty and which don't. Some are also not worthwhile or even really that beneficial. Cosmetic, convenience, exhaust, and handling items are the safe bet to still keep the most expensive part of the warranty intact.I am in the same boat I purchased a 2022 Mustang GT about two months ago. I am finding it difficult to find mods that want break the bank. If you have come up with anything, please let me know.