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Old 08-09-2011, 10:10 PM   #1
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Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

S it possible I could put a 5.0 motor in my 2000 mustang? This is the 2011 Gt motor??
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

Do you know how much they are asking for a 2011 5.0 crate motor? It's over 8K just for the motor.......
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Anything is possible. If i had about 15 grand i would do it. You will need more then just motor to do that swap. But it would certaintly be badass. And very unique.
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A three valve would be a little cheaper, and unique.
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

And it starts again..haha im not even gonna tell you what i think this time. Unreal!
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I wouldnt do a 3v. I would do the 5.0
You were quicker then i thought iwannagofast. Lol i didnt think u would comment so quick. Lol.
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Here's some basic info, pretty sure you have to change the k member.

http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums...01-bullit.html

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I wouldnt do a 3v. I would do the 5.0
You were quicker then i thought iwannagofast. Lol i didnt think u would comment so quick. Lol.
I mostly meant from a cost standpoint. Either motor would be a major step up. The 3v requires a little less custom work. Either would be rewarding.
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I'm jus sayin that would be cool...

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And it starts again..haha im not even gonna tell you what i think this time. Unreal!
Your funny...

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That's some real bad *** ****
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That would be cool to do a swap like that.
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Old 08-10-2011, 08:23 AM   #11
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Would it. That motor shoulda been the new edge motor!!! Hands down...
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

crate motor , k-member , ecm and wiring harness from FRPP , AND KOOKS Headers is making headers for this swap , prob $15,000 range
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crate motor , k-member , ecm and wiring harness from FRPP , AND KOOKS Headers is making headers for this swap , prob $15,000 range
U think the regular transmission would work??? And you forgot the rear end

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crate motor , k-member , ecm and wiring harness from FRPP , AND KOOKS Headers is making headers for this swap , prob $15,000 range
That's going to be one bad *** car

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Deffinatly not worth it!!! Too much trouble

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I wish they remake the 99-04 mustang... With that motor...
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

they make adapter bell housings / the rear would be ok as long as you have an 8.8
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I would lobe to do this swap. I love my body style and the new 5.0 is a badass engine.
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Yeah but like I said it's a lot of work.... That motor consist of new things like the electric power steering for example the new edge was set up for a fluid pump... Ud have to change a lot of stuff. I'd go with building a cobra or Gt motor. U can make it as fast as that 5.0

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Go v8 or rebuild ur 6er to a supersix
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they make adapter bell housings / the rear would be ok as long as you have an 8.8
If he put a 4.6 transmission it would work with no modification. It bolts up just fine.

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Yeah but like I said it's a lot of work.... That motor consist of new things like the electric power steering for example the new edge was set up for a fluid pump... Ud have to change a lot of stuff. I'd go with building a cobra or Gt motor. U can make it as fast as that 5.0

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Go v8 or rebuild ur 6er to a supersix
Look up the kurgan motorsport 5.0 fox. They used a standard power steering pump on their fox build. The only bad thing about this swap is the price imo.
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If he put a 4.6 transmission it would work with no modification. It bolts up just fine.

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Look up the kurgan motorsport 5.0 fox. They used a standard power steering pump on their fox build. The only bad thing about this swap is the price imo.
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If he put a 4.6 transmission it would work with no modification. It bolts up just fine.

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Look up the kurgan motorsport 5.0 fox. They used a standard power steering pump on their fox build. The only bad thing about this swap is the price imo.
But like I said that 5.0 coyote should belong in the new edge...
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I know...

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But like I said that 5.0 coyote should belong in the new edge...
Would have been a monster in a new edge. Would have been nice to see it in an 05-09.
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Yeah woulda killed the camaro
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Yeah woulda killed the camaro
At least now ford has their heads on straight with the perfomance crowd. It's now chevy trying to keep up with ford instead of the other way around.
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

It took too long in my opinion. The v6 mustangs really got the short end, I want to say I saw an accord with 297 out of its six years before ford decided to give its six 305, quite sad really. Even more so whe it's got more HP than the v8 mustang. Economy car with more power than a pony car. I'm glad to see the change. American cars have been behind others in terms of power per litre for many, many years. Doesn't mean I will stop buying em though! Only american made cars in my driveway. By that I mean Ford, no bowties for me.
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It took too long in my opinion. The v6 mustangs really got the short end, I want to say I saw an accord with 297 out of its six years before ford decided to give its six 305, quite sad really. Even more so whe it's got more HP than the v8 mustang. Economy car with more power than a pony car. I'm glad to see the change. American cars have been behind others in terms of power per litre for many, many years. Doesn't mean I will stop buying em though! Only american made cars in my driveway. By that I mean Ford, no bowties for me.
+1, I don't care for most imports, but when it comes to getting the most out of an engine they do a good job. My buddy got beat in his 02gt by an 09 Mazda 6. Hurt his pride so he dropped 2k on mods just to beat the Mazda later.
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Mustang remember weight hurts us so much and HP is just a number. It's all weight to power and when do you make the power at and applied it to the wheels. Built engines are faster because they are made to race. A stock engine is built for just driving makes a lot of power maybe but the power doesn't hit till later.
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

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But like I said that 5.0 coyote should belong in the new edge...
So a newly refined engine in a car with not so refined handling or interior?
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5.0 & fast fords is doing a 5.0 coyote swap in a 94 cobra. They used a aftermarket 4.6 tubular k-member. I would imagine since the new edge is technically a SN-95 chassis it could be done fairly the same way. Check it out. I think it would be bad ***. I don't know about anybody else, but if I had the dough I'd do it in a heart beat. When it comes to modding my machines I don't think about getting my money back if I decide to sell it, I do it because I want something kick *** that nobody else has. Isn't that what it's all about? What makes you happy.
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5.0 & fast fords is doing a 5.0 coyote swap in a 94 cobra. They used a aftermarket 4.6 tubular k-member. I would imagine since the new edge is technically a SN-95 chassis it could be done fairly the same way. Check it out. I think it would be bad ***. I don't know about anybody else, but if I had the dough I'd do it in a heart beat. When it comes to modding my machines I don't think about getting my money back if I decide to sell it, I do it because I want something kick *** that nobody else has. Isn't that what it's all about? What makes you happy.
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So a newly refined engine in a car with not so refined handling or interior?
The new edge is my favorite body style other than the 2009
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Re: Swaping to a 5.0 coyote crate motor

As cool and unique as that would be, for the same $8k ish minimum invested, you could have a 10 second new edge, which would be just as unique and a heck of a lot more fun to drive around..

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Do you know how much they are asking for a 2011 5.0 crate motor? It's over 8K just for the motor.......
Where are you shopping? Cause you are getting ripped off.
$5999. for base Coyote 5.0
2011-2012 Mustang Ford Racing 5.0L Crate Engine, M-6007-M50 at LRS - Same Day Shipping!

$7299 for the Aluminator
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Boss engine 10K
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PCM wiring harness. $1400.
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Where are you shopping? Cause you are getting ripped off.
$5999. for base Coyote 5.0
2011-2012 Mustang Ford Racing 5.0L Crate Engine, M-6007-M50 at LRS - Same Day Shipping!

$7299 for the Aluminator
2011-12 Mustang Ford Racing 5.0L Aluminator Crate Engine for Supercharged Applications, M-6007-A50sc at LRS - Same Day Shipping!

Fits 2011-2012 Mustang GT
5.0L (302 cubic inches)
9.5:1 low compression ratio (nominal)
Mahle Hard Anodized forged pistons with Graphal low friction coating
Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP bolts
Lightweight aluminum cylinder block, part no: M-6010-A50L4V, features cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for bottom-end strength
Optimized oil drainback and windage control improve high-rpm performance
Large sump oil pan with 8qt capacity
Tuned composite intake manifold provides efficient air delivery and weight savings
80 mm single bore "drive by wire" throttlebody
Four-valve-per-cylinder aluminum heads with roller-finger followers reduce friction
Includes manual transmission engine harness and flywheel
Vehicle harness and PCM not included
Includes machined front cover for Ford Racing Supercharger FEAD system
Features colder, heat range 0 spark plugs for supercharging, part no: M-12405-M50
Includes Ford Racing oil filter, part no: M-6731-FL820
Use our NEW wiring, PCM and installation kit M-6017-A504V designed for street rod/project car installation.
Does not include alternator, for alternator kit see M-8600-M50ALT
Remote Mount Filter Adapter M-6881-M50 available for applications requiring oil filter relocation
Engine mount bosses and bellhousing mount pattern common to 4.6L modular engines.
NOTE: Due to 9.5:1 compression ratio, custom tuning is required for optimum performance
Shown with optional 5.0L Mustang engine cover kit, Part No: M-9680-M50, not included

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Boss engine 10K
2012 Mustang Boss 302 5.0L Crate Engine, M-6007-M50b by Ford Racing at LRS - Same Day Shipping!

PCM wiring harness. $1400.
2011-2012 Mustang Ford Racing 5.0L Crate Engine Controls Pack, M-6017-A504v at LRS - Same Day Shipping!
Reading all that is like reading 1 of those dirty books 4 me. That got me excited.
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