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Old 04-28-2015, 10:32 AM   #1
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I need some really good advice.

I have a 2014 warrior edition mustang. I want to do an engine swap and get about 600 hp to the wheel. Can someone please give me a build that can achieve such. Money isn't the issue.

I've been looking at 5.8L but I don't know if it will fit.


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Old 04-28-2015, 10:35 AM   #3
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So, I'm assuming you have a V6? You can achieve 600rwhp pretty easy with the trinity and coyote, even the condor can achieve it...


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If money isn't an issue then trade it in and get a 5.0 and mod that.
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I'm not trading that car in. They only 50 of that edition and I got it while serving over seas.


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I'd suggest getting a coyote, but you might have to look into what other parts you'll need to change for the car to handle the engine...


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Coyote over the trinity?


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Old 04-28-2015, 11:26 AM   #8
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I need some really good advice.

You will basically be buying a GT500, if you do a trinity swap, in terms of cost, if you have someone do it for you. It will not be cheap and you will need a lot more parts for the swap than just a full engine...


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I'll do the coyote swap then


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I need some really good advice.

If money is not an issue look into the weisco/K1 Technology 351 short block. It will give you 600+ N/A whp no problem and is capable of handling 2000hp with forced induction. They take the coyote motor sleeve, bore and stoke it to a true 351ci and the coyote heads and intake will bolt right up to it they will need port and polished for proper flow. I think the engine build not including port, polish and install is around $15,000 add all supporting features and install your looking at close to $20,000. After it is all done. When you open the hood it will look like any other coyote 5.0. Except you will have a 5.8L 351ci!!! Talk about the ultimate sleeper. Here is the article.

http://www.dragzine.com/tech-stories...er-351-coyote/


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