Secret Santa Winners!
Congratulations to our fellow Mustang Fans for finding St. Nick in the AmericanMuscle Blog. Here’s the list of winners:
$100 Gift Cards: 1st two to find all 12 Santas
Ismael Ramos 2009 GT/CS
Ulises Adame 2005 Coupe
$50 Gift Card Winners
Ernesto Rodriguez 1998 GT Vert
Nathan Sell 2007 V6
Rebecca Bauman 2006 V6 Pony Package
Ryan Schwartz 2003 Mach 1
Jon Olson 2004 GT
Matt Newlon 2000 V6 Coupe
Houston Ludwig 2006 V6 Pony Package
Jason Winsett 2006 V6
3 Santas are hiding in our blog.
Find one for a chance to win 1 of 8 $50 AmericanMuscle.com Gift Certificates. Find more Santas to better your odds of winning. There are 3 Santas hiding at one time, and 12 Santas in all.
$100 gift certificates to AmericanMuscle.com will be awarded to the first 2 people to find all 12 Santas.
Contest ends December 20.
- Find Santas hiding in the pages of our blog and write down their secret messages.
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- Santas will change periodically. There are 12 Santas in all.
- The first 2 people to find all 12 will win $100 gift cards instantly.
- Contest ends December 20. Winners will be announced here on December 22.
Many of our best Mustang parts are now on sale at seriously discounted prices. Get your loved ones, or yourself, just what you want this season without breaking the bank. Whether you’re in search of speed, style or both, our Holiday Sale has everything on your wish list, for less.
V6Stang04 asked: “I have a stock V6 Ford Mustang, what can I do to increase it’s performance?”
As a V6 owner myself, I understand how frustrating it can be trying to modify a V6. While there is not as much aftermarket support for the V6s as there is for the V8s, there are still plenty of performance parts out there. Supercharger and turbo kits are available for V6s now. But if you’re starting slow or don’t have quite that much to spend I would recommend these three modifications first: a cold air intake, upgraded exhaust system and a tuner.
Top 3 V6 Mods That Add Horsepower
1. Cold Air Intake
Cold air intake systems by themselves can add 8-10 horsepower to your car and are relatively inexpensive. A K&N FIPK V6 Intake kit would be a great option for any Mustang v6 owner due to its simple bolt-on installation and instant results. If you’re not looking to spend $200-$300 on a complete intake system, a K&N Drop-In Replacement Filter is a less-expensive alternative that will still net you a good amount of horsepower. Plus, a v6 aftermarket intake or filter can be cleaned and reused, so you’ll never have to buy another filter, saving you money in the long run.
The countdown is on. Soon AmericanMuscle will deliver better, faster, more affordable style for your ‘Stang than ever before. Check back on October 26th as the leader in Mustang parts launches the next evolution in Mustang personalization. Oh, It’s gonna be BIG!
We pride ourselves on the fact that many of our employees are Mustang enthusiasts, just like you. Looking around the parking lot, we’ve got more Ponies than a Texas rodeo. Many AmericanMuscle staffers spend their weekends at the track or local car shows, or in the garage installing their latest purchase, because working here does have its benefits.
Two AmericanMuscle employees that share our taste in performance are Karen Baum and Dave Kaeck. Between the two of them, they have owned a total of 15 Mustangs. These customer service reps are just a couple of AmericanMuscle’s on-the-phone Mustang experts. They’re also drag racers who recently took their AM-prepped ‘Stangs to a filming of SPEED TV’s ultra-popular Pass Time game show at Maryland International Raceway.
Filmed on location at many of America’s favorite grass roots drag strips, Pass Time challenges two contestants to “guess the time, win the cash – it’s that easy,” according to show host Brett Wagner. Playing against famed Texas-based racecar chassis builder Ken “The House” Herring, contestants attempt to predict the 1/4-mile drag times of 10 random cars that pull up to the line in front of them. After each run the player with the closest time wins, and the player winning the most money at the end takes the entire $2,000 pot.