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Old 03-31-2013, 06:44 PM   #1
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Still deciding what I will do with my car. I have one of the heads broken in one of the spark plug threads. Should I do the coyote swap or work on the 4.6 engine and put better pistons, trick flow pi heads, bore the block and try to get to 400hp? What would be cheaper?
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coyote swap is not the cheaper of the options, atleast imo, since it requires diff motor mounts, a whole diff harness to make it work and alone the engine is 6k for a crate motor not including the pulley kit for it. imo i would do the pi heads or tfs pi heads, dont bore the block imo build the valve train to use atleast stage 2 cams forged internals, and im sure you would be at around 400hp.
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Motor mounts are the same
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