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Old 09-24-2012, 10:23 AM   #1
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Itb ?

For those who might not know what itb mean , it means individual tbody, i was wondering if anyone has this done a new model mustang , i saw this video of a coyote engine , but i cant link it with its car to see it running, also i cant confirm its a coyote engine since my car its not ready yet , and i havent seen my engine yet
I always tou that itb was a neat thing tohave but i dont think it cant out perform a boss IM, and i have no experience since my previous car ws
Force inducted. Anyways guy let me know what do you think about this

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That's definitely a coyote. Would be awesome in a hotrod or ratrod.
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Nice! Always seeing cool stuff from australia. Im not certain but I believe both of the 2013 Falken drift 5.0's are running itb's with 2 large filter stacks on top under the stock hood. I want to say those 2 cars are 800whp n/a also. They sound amazing
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Nice! Always seeing cool stuff from australia. Im not certain but I believe both of the 2013 Falken drift 5.0's are running itb's with 2 large filter stacks on top under the stock hood. I want to say those 2 cars are 800whp n/a also. They sound amazing
Please try to confirm that man ,ill try to find vaughn somewhe and try to ask him
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Some engine shots of both falken cars and a vid ao you can hear the car.

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Oh and its not a coyote its a roush/yates/ford racing 6.7l. Sorry
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That's definitely a coyote. Would be awesome in a hotrod or ratrod.
It is. There's a couple of Coyote-powered rods I see in the bigger local shows. They are actually the first Coyote engines I saw. Really clean with custom intake & coil covers to look vintage.

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Awesome custom job in a roadster:
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It is. There's a couple of Coyote-powered rods I see in the bigger local shows. They are actually the first Coyote engines I saw. Really clean with custom intake & coil covers to look vintage.

In a F100:

Awesome custom job in a roadster:
Definitely dig both setups. +1^
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Wow awesome
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