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Old 09-27-2015, 12:24 PM   #1
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Changing my route!!!

I have a 2002 gt automatic. Looking at the cost of a short block heads cams ect. And the potential of the coyote Iam really thinking Iam going to do the coyote swap. What all is needed to do a turn key swap. Fuel system in my car is return less and the coyote is correct??? Any and all help in this matter will be most appreciated!! And is the coyote the better route to take as far as bang for the buck??


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Here is a thread that pretty much covers it.
99-04 Coyote Swap

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Well I guess that shoots that idea down!


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You could also just turbo/supercharge What you have and go big on the fuel system and injectors... Have to change those anyway when going boosted. And run 8 lbs on your stock motor and build it up when you want. Won't be the same as the coyotes but still fun


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And by saying going big on fuel system and injectors you won't have to buy those twice when you build the engine


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I have a on3 kit in my garage now 255lph in tank already in. I have everything but a k-frame already I should say but for what the coyote turn key will cost I can build what I have and get the power Iam after. Iam just looking 625 to 700 wheel. So I guess I'll stick with my original plan and build a 2v


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I have a on3 kit in my garage now 255lph in tank already in. I have everything but a k-frame already I should say but for what the coyote turn key will cost I can build what I have and get the power Iam after. Iam just looking 625 to 700 wheel. So I guess I'll stick with my original plan and build a 2v


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Have you considered a 4v turbo setup?

I think a turbo 5.4 4v would be pretty cool
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For a coyote swap budget at least 10-12k. But that'll make it look like it came factory in that car and run like a champ. You could do different junkyard builds with hacked parts for under $2k like the 5.4 or 5.3 (chevy). But you can usually tell they were just tossed in unless you spend the coin to do it right.

A coyote swap right now is going to be my route, but thats because it would be an awesome road racing engine. If you just want straight power, find a 5.4 4v. Toss it in, and turbo it.

You could build the 2v and make it nasty though with the right set up.
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Haven't really thought much about the 5.4 just been looking at heads cams short block for the 4.6 and boost the hell out of it! Lol only looking for 600 to high 600hp range so that shouldn't be to hard I guess. I'll leave the Corning to you sir I don't mind it on my r1 but not to hip on it in a car.


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I bet you're gonna need around 20 PSI to see 600 horsepower out of a 2 valve
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