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Old 08-06-2014, 07:47 PM   #1
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2 valve to new coyote 5.0 engine swap.

I have a 2004 GT, and have thought about swapping the 2 valve for a 5.0. I was wondering if anyone has done this and if there is any difficulties or if y'all had any trouble performing the swap? I just want more power and to surprise people at the strip!


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I have, the only thing I have seen is trying to get the stock gages to work properly. So I was just going to ask on here. Because not many people have done this as I have seen through google.


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I know the ones, I have heard about had some issues with the stock gauges. I do not think anyone on here has done the swap.

There is a few people on svt who have though.

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Oh ok I will look there! Thanks for the info!


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There is a lot of info on other forums.

Also by the time you get done with the swap and all the swap parts, you could likely sell your current 2V and buy a 2011 GT outright.
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