Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
July 19, 2006

Momar Stack Injection
(970) 627-3651
The idea of individual throttle bodies, or stack injection, is gaining ground in the performance aftermarket. With the look of carburetion but the precision of fuel injection, stack setups are becoming the rage. After seeing the Momar Injection 4-Pac setup on the Ring Brothers' Kona {{{Mustang}}}, we had to stop by Momar's display and see the system up close. The company's system uses 45 or 50mm-bore throttle bodies that fit right where a Weber setup would. Momar can also sell you the manifold, fuel rails, and so on for a complete setup. If the stack injection is a bit rich for your blood, Momar also manufactures two- and four-barrel EFI throttle bodies for the Holley 4150 flange found on most aftermarket intakes.

MSD Digital Shift Light
(915) 857-5200
When most people think of MSD Ignition a performance distributor or a multistrike ignition box is the first thing that pops into their heads. These days, MSD offers such new items as APS alternator systems, Lazer gauges (released at SEMA last year), and its new Digital Shift Light. The compact Digital Shift Light will easily work on anything from 1-12 cylinders, and connects to anything, including distributor, coil on plug, coil pack, or a diesel, with its included GMR pickup assembly. The super-bright LEDs are easy to see in daylight, and the shift light can be programmed in 10-rpm increments up to 15,000 rpm. You can even have different shift points for each gear.

Lokar Mustang Billet Pedals
(865) 966-2269
One of the biggest names in street-rod accessories is Lokar Performance Products. The company's line of universal-fit door handles, shifters, throttle cables, and more have found their way into countless street rods and custom builds, and we're seeing more of their product in classic restomodded Fords, too. With Lokar's new '65-'70 Mustang billet accelerator pedal (and matching clutch and brake pedals), we're sure even more classic Fords will be running Lokar products now. The pedal mounts using the original throttle-linkage seal hole and utilizes a throttle cable for smooth actuation of the carburetor or throttle body. Applications for both manual and automatic pedals are available.