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Old 10-02-2013, 01:07 PM   #1
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Coyote

What's the best route to get a coyote motor in my 04? And what dot hey usually run

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And could I even do it with automatic transmission
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Any swap can be done with time and $$$.
Check to see if you can find a salvage it should be cheaper, or I believe AM sells coyotes new. Google search! I know it was one of the first few links that showed a whole on depth coyote swap in a new edge.
Cost was about 12k
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:16 PM   #3
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12k Yea I'm liking the 4.6 lol
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Thats if you do the labor too.

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Just boost the 4.6?
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You can put together a cheap Vortech for your car. It'll make enough power for the stock block, and not break the bank.
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Old 10-03-2013, 09:48 AM   #6
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That's true but it won't be as fast as the coyote. I think. Correct me if I'm wrong
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Not with stock internals. It depends on how fast you want it to be. 2v can be built and make awesome numbers.
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Find a 4v from a terminator...
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Find a 4v from a terminator...
Better off with a coyote
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Wouldn't the 4v be cheaper and easier??? Plus its an 04 so its a common upgrade with lots of info. Available and parts...
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Wouldn't the 4v be cheaper and easier??? Plus its an 04 so its a common upgrade with lots of info. Available and parts...
Not necessarily cheaper/ easier. Terminator swaps have been done alot more. There are quite a few coyote swaped ones now though
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Wouldn't the 4v be cheaper and easier??? Plus its an 04 so its a common upgrade with lots of info. Available and parts...
Just sayin.... They are both a 4v
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That's true but it won't be as fast as the coyote. I think. Correct me if I'm wrong
Stock Coyote will make around 350 to the wheels. Obviously would not be stock but the S-trimmed 2V can be pushed safely to around 400-425whp. That's the limit though. Coyotes are good for a LOT more.

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Not with stock internals. It depends on how fast you want it to be. 2v can be built and make awesome numbers.
Any motor can be badass with enough money. 2V is a great motor to build, Coyote is nice because its capable of big numbers without touching it. Just like the Termi.

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Better off with a coyote
Kind of a wash. You can get entire Terminator motors with supercharger for less than the Coyote and they're good for stupid power. Also a less complicated swap and a LOT more resources on ppl who have done them. Although you are right there are getting to be more and more Coyote swaps and that number will go up the more 2011+ cars wind up in the JY.
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You can put doen 500 + NA. with the coyote. Boss intake/coldair/cams/ full exhaust and e85 is all you need
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Yeah its a beast. Port the eaton and the bolt ons and the termis are making that number too. Kind of personal preference. Or swap in a whipple or TVS or go turbo and make more. Really can't go wrong either way.
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Yeah its a beast. Port the eaton and the bolt ons and the termis are making that number too. Kind of personal preference. Or swap in a whipple or TVS or go turbo and make more. Really can't go wrong either way.
My old cobra put down 530 with stage 5 port. 2.6 upper/4lb lower,Jlt intake, throttle body, full exhaust, stage 3 meth kit.
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Old 10-04-2013, 05:07 PM   #17
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I just completed my Coyote swap into a New Edge

And it's more involved than it is for most of the cars you will read about.

It sounds like you really want to do this, and trust me when I tell you that there's a lot to consider -- not just the usual "will this fit in here" stuff (yeah, it fits -- you need quite a shoe horn, but it fits .

No, it's the "little things" that will have you scratching your head. I am one of the few that did this on my own in my own garage.

That's my blog below -- your car, if you do this, will be one of only a handful in the country. And, yes, I think it's worth it

Cheers!

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