When Ford rolled out the Mustang in 1964, it quickly realized what it had on its hands. Soon, variations began to appear to capitalize on the car’s immense popularity. In just two short months, the first special-edition Mustang debuted at the Indianapolis 500, and the editions have just kept rolling on.
With a new GM aluminum LS3 block and a forged and balanced rotating assembly that includes a Manley forged crankshaft, H-beam connecting rods, and aluminum pistons, the new Victor Jr. 416 crate engine from Edelbrock is the LS powerplant you’ve been waiting for.
Available in a Silver (839031) or Black (839032) finish, new Sniper EFI sheet metal intakes from Holley give you high-impact good looks alongside the performance of custom fabrication. Built to be compatible with 2015-and-up Ford Coyote 5.0L V8 engines, these intakes feature 3mm T6061 sheet aluminum that is more durable than competitive intakes, a 90mm throttle body bore opening, and 100% TIG welding. Running lengths with tapered tops increase velocity and more evenly distribute airflow to all eight cylinders.