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Old 06-07-2012, 11:24 AM   #1
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Coyote in a 95 Stang?

I want to put a coyote in my 95 but have no idea if it will fit. Id like to keep my stock hood. Has anybody done it?
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They have put it in a fox, I'm sure it could fit in an sn95. Using the stock hood..doubt it.
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I want to put a coyote in my 95 but have no idea if it will fit. Id like to keep my stock hood. Has anybody done it?
Here is a pic of a coyote in fox and it looks pretty tight
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Here is a pic of a coyote in fox and it looks pretty tight
damn that looks nice !! new engine, classic body
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A 4.6 is roughly the same dimensions as a 428ci BB.. I'm sure you could shoe horn one in. My guess is at the very least you'd need a 2.5" cowl hood.
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Old 06-07-2012, 11:42 AM   #6
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A 4.6 is roughly the same dimensions as a 428ci BB.. I'm sure you could shoe horn one in. My guess is at the very least you'd need a 2.5" cowl hood.
It's a 302ci though its the last year of the 5.0 idk if anything was shaved or not for the 4.6 but I do know that the 4.6 looks a hell of a lot bigger than the 5.0 I've got
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It's a 302ci though its the last year of the 5.0 idk if anything was shaved or not for the 4.6 but I do know that the 4.6 looks a hell of a lot bigger than the 5.0 I've got
That's because it is lol
Don't think anything except K-member and mounts were changed.. Don't know for sure though.
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Could I use my same tranny?
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Even if it bolted up(which it won't) the Hp/Tq ratings are way to low.
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the t5 wouldnt last long behind that monster if it would even bolt up which im almost certain it wouldnt
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Old 06-07-2012, 12:00 PM   #11
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I'm clueless when it comes to a swap. I've never done it before and have no idea what to expect. What is the tranny in that fox?
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I'm clueless when it comes to a swap. I've never done it before and have no idea what to expect. What is the tranny in that fox?
You'd be best to find a performance shop for this. It's a very complicated swap.
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So its going to be expensive lol
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So its going to be expensive lol
Very. Engine and control pack is over 7K
Engine is drive by wire(computer control) and control pack includes new pedals etc
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So its going to be expensive lol
If you buy the crate engine from Ford Racing it will be 8k for just the engine... Unless you want to find a used one somewhere.
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If you buy the crate engine from Ford Racing it will be 8k for just the engine... Unless you want to find a used one somewhere.
How much is the tranny that bolts to the coyote ?
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Here is a pic of a coyote in fox and it looks pretty tight
I think it'd look better w/o the plastic topper thingy that goes on top the of the manifold. You see more of the engine. Modular engines look HUGE in a fox!
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Re: Coyote in a 95 Stang?

I'm not sure...
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I think it'd look better w/o the plastic topper thingy that goes on top the of the manifold. You see more of the engine. Modular engines look HUGE in a fox!


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I guess w/o the plastic cover, the COP's are exposed, so I guess you need it. Still looks better without it.
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Re: Coyote in a 95 Stang?

Or if you are really looking for a cool engine.
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Your best bet would be to find a '11-'12 5.0 that has been totaled. Preferably in the rear. That way you'll have everything you'll need from the donor car.
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Your best bet would be to find a '11-'12 5.0 that has been totaled. Preferably in the rear. That way you'll have everything you'll need from the donor car.
Yep. Any motor swap, especially with EFI, it's best to have the donor car. With a carb it's easy..If it bolts to the trans and crossmember, and fits between the shock towers, you're good to go! Lol.
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Your best bet would be to find a '11-'12 5.0 that has been totaled. Preferably in the rear. That way you'll have everything you'll need from the donor car.
I respectfully disagree in this case, unless you are paying to have it done(the swap). If I were to tackle it I'd want all new stuff.
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Im no einstein with new coyotes,but I do know they sell them as a ”plug and play” setup like the ls1's have been doing for years..that would give you all new parts and harnesses you'd need to run a new 5.0...but my guess is LOTS of $$$!!...and that doesn't acount for the trans to back it up:/...$$$$$$$$
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Im no einstein with new coyotes,but I do know they sell them as a ”plug and play” setup like the ls1's have been doing for years..that would give you all new parts and harnesses you'd need to run a new 5.0...but my guess is LOTS of $$$!!...and that doesn't acount for the trans to back it up:/...$$$$$$$$
I saw $14,500 just for the longblock
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