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Old 03-23-2015, 12:09 AM   #1
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Can a coyote motor fit in a 95 mustang gt?

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Old 03-23-2015, 12:35 AM   #2
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It'll fit, but there is a crap load of other stuff you need to do to get it to run.
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I wonder who the first madman will be to swap in an ecobsoost.

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Go on the american muscle site they have a swapped sn95 project they did or it may have been latemodel


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Old 03-24-2015, 06:47 AM   #6
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It was latemodel.

Modular subframe, Coyote wiring pack/ECU, accessory brackets, billet gas pedal adapter (not the **** SVE one, there are group buy ones that don't suck), rad hose relocation, special return to non return fuel pressure regulator, swap headers and a bunch of other little small parts.

To answer your question... someone who has done one before who has all the parts on hand to do it... its not much more complicated than dropping in a 351 stroker. I mean you bolt it all together and the assembly will drop right in and it'll even bolt up to a T5 with a quicktime bellhousing and bellhousing/trans spacer for 94/95. Although a T5 will hold up about 3 seconds behind a Coyote... A5 would be a great option tho.
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Yote will fit. If you can fit an overhead cam 32V in one of these, you can pertty much put any V8 in the engine bay lol. the cobra and mach 1 engines are the same width as the Coyote
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Plus, if this exists, then nobody has any excuses when it comes to engine swaps lmao
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They did a Terminator Focus a loooooooooooooooooooong time ago with a RWD conversion and everything. Thing was a monster.
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I think all focuses should be recalled and repowered with 5.4s or termi motors maybe
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5.4s and Termi motors are overrated. Both are heavy as hell. And for what people are wanting for a Termi motor nowadays, just get a used coyote. A coyote is 100lbs lighter than a 4.6 2v, and the 4.6 2v is light compared to the 5.4 and Termi motors.
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5.4s and Termi motors are overrated. Both are heavy as hell. And for what people are wanting for a Termi motor nowadays, just get a used coyote. A coyote is 100lbs lighter than a 4.6 2v, and the 4.6 2v is light compared to the 5.4 and Termi motors.
Termis being overrated? Ill agree there. but they're still good in my opinion.
Agreed the yotes are the only way to go if you're gonna spend that kind of money. That or a vortec. Lots of great V8s these days
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The Terminator is an icon but these days... they need a lot of work to keep up themselves. I don't think the 5.4L GT500 motors are overrated tho. Yeah they are heavy from 07-10 and a Coyote will wtfpwn them until they get a blower swap but when they do get said swap they're 750-800whp cars and a blower swap on a 07-12 GT500 is like $1800 for the 13/14 TVS takeoff.

With that said, I would never swap a modular into anything that didn't come with it in the first place and the Termi and especially GT500s are overpriced like crazy right now. I'm starting to see nicer GT500s dip into the $27/28k range but that's still $8k more than a comparable Coyote.
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I really wish ford would have gone push rod engines and just made the 4v work. Or even just a 3 valve pushrod engines.

cuz lets be honest, cam in block fits way nicer, and less **** to break. Usually lighter, and I do think they sound better with a cam
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I really wish ford would have gone push rod engines and just made the 4v work. Or even just a 3 valve pushrod engines.

cuz lets be honest, cam in block fits way nicer, and less **** to break. Usually lighter, and I do think they sound better with a cam

Better technology. You are seeing the same power from a modular than you are in a higher displacement pushrod. What if we got the same displacement out of a modular as a pushrod? I'm sure modular would have better power.


Hell the modular was banned from the engine masters competition. Why do you think they would do that?????


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