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Old 08-13-2012, 09:41 AM   #1
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A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem

A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem - Yellow Bullet Forums

Interesting but there is little info on this. I know of one person who is already working on adding this to their 2012.
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Looks like what they used on the termis, hopefully it's a good fix!
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Ive never really noticed how much room is between the firewall and the cylinder heads. I wonder how hard they would be to install. It looks like a good idea.
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Re: A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem

LOL, I just stumbled across that the other day. It will be interesting to hear how effective this is.
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Saw this posted on another forum and the consensus was that the engine would need pulled for install.
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Re: A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem

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Saw this posted on another forum and the consensus was that the engine would need pulled for install.
Do you have a link?
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Do you have a link?
I'll look around, but im pretty sure it was on s197.
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A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem - Yellow Bullet Forums

Interesting but there is little info on this. I know of one person who is already working on adding this to their 2012.
Does the coolant circulate in this setup between the heads?
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Re: A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem

That was my thread on S197 and there was no mention of pulling motors. They did however mention how MMR could go get ****ed with a big uncircumcised donkey penis though,lol. S197 members are not fans of MMR or BBR.

Check out the thread on yellowbullet now. There has been more post and info added.
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That was my thread on S197 and there was no mention of pulling motors. They did however mention how MMR could go get ****ed with a big uncircumcised donkey penis though,lol. S197 members are not fans of MMR or BBR.
Maybe it was mod fords then lol. Idk too many forums to keep track of! I scour like 5 of these, a few gun forums, and have to keep up on Facebook. It's a miracle I ever get any work done... or sleep.
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Maybe it was mod fords then lol. Idk too many forums to keep track of! I scour like 5 of these, a few gun forums, and have to keep up on Facebook. It's a miracle I ever get any work done... or sleep.
I hear that.
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Re: A new product to help with the 5.0 coyote #8 cylinder problem

Here it is ... SVTP.

2011-2013 Mustang GT Cooling Head Mod by MMR, eliminate the #8 cylinder failure today - SVTPerformance

MMR replied and said "its possible" but tough "like headers."
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Here it is ... SVTP.

2011-2013 Mustang GT Cooling Head Mod by MMR, eliminate the #8 cylinder failure today - SVTPerformance

MMR replied and said "its possible" but tough "like headers."


Good read,thanks.
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