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Old 09-28-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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Proper build list for coyote 5.0?

New to modding cars. I am hoping I get my baby up to 440 "give or take" rwhp on natural aspiration and no nos. Does anyone know if its possible and how much it would cost + what Would I need to install? Thanks!
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Headers long tube with catless x pipe if your state allows it with the emission test.
Intake, tune with boss manifold is a great start.
If you go with high end parts you are looking at around $2600
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Definetly get full exhaust, CAI, Boss manifold, tune, heads, cams, Under Drive Pulleys... You'll get good power from that
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Definetly get full exhaust, CAI, Boss manifold, tune, heads, cams, Under Drive Pulleys... You'll get good power from that
I don't think they make under drive pulleys for the 5.0. If so, I haven't been able to find them yet.
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Definetly get full exhaust, CAI, Boss manifold, tune, heads, cams, Under Drive Pulleys... You'll get good power from that
No udps for coyote
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I don't think they make under drive pulleys for the 5.0. If so, I haven't been able to find them yet.
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No udps for coyote
For good reason. You might as well just throw a grenade in your intake if you put a udp on a coyote.
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For good reason. You might as well just throw a grenade in your intake if you put a udp on a coyote.
Exactly, it has enough problems cooling as it is, don't wanna under drive the water pump, or any of it for that matter
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:44 AM   #8
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New to modding cars. I am hoping I get my baby up to 440 "give or take" rwhp on natural aspiration and no nos. Does anyone know if its possible and how much it would cost + what Would I need to install? Thanks!
Definitely possible, you're going to need to put as much time and money as a blower would cost though and have 100 less HP. You basically need full bolt-ons, so full exhaust with no cats (including headers), boss intake, an aggressive 93 octane tune, and heads or cams.

You could look into the JPC package thats 500rwhp. A bit more, but its pretty much everything you need to hit your goals. You're going to need heads or cams to hit ~440 rwhp, and they kinda compliment each other.

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Exactly, it has enough problems cooling as it is, don't wanna under drive the water pump, or any of it for that matter
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I've been on the NA train of thought too.

My reasoning was to not do long term damage to the engine, which may be the same for others.

When I see this package though I am thinking a low (relatively) psi system may actually be less stress on the engine. Not to mention more power for the same price. Any insight on this?
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I've been on the NA train of thought too.

My reasoning was to not do long term damage to the engine, which may be the same for others.

When I see this package though I am thinking a low (relatively) psi system may actually be less stress on the engine. Not to mention more power for the same price. Any insight on this?
I think so too I just don't see the point in dumping a ton of money into a maxed out na build... but to each his own.
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I think so too I just don't see the point in dumping a ton of money into a maxed out na build... but to each his own.
My thought is the more power that you can make NA, the less FI you have to push. This making your FI more efficient at a lower boost pressure.
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My thought is the more power that you can make NA, the less FI you have to push. This making your FI more efficient at a lower boost pressure.
True but if you're talkin heads n cams and then a blower at that price just build ur block and run asich boost as u want
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Headers long tube with catless x pipe if your state allows it with the emission test.
Intake, tune with boss manifold is a great start.
If you go with high end parts you are looking at around $2600
I think wnt2gofast was making close to 470 whp with that setup

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True but if you're talkin heads n cams and then a blower at that price just build ur block and run asich boost as u want
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So gains are pretty low for na builds , im trying to stay na , fi is a pita. AM has some nice videos , pulling greta numbers with bolt ons, m trying to get cai, qtp cutout , boss im , bigger tb and cams that should put me over 500 to the wheels right ??? Right?? Or am i dreaming?
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So gains are pretty low for na builds , im trying to stay na , fi is a pita. AM has some nice videos , pulling greta numbers with bolt ons, m trying to get cai, qtp cutout , boss im , bigger tb and cams that should put me over 500 to the wheels right ??? Right?? Or am i dreaming?
I wouldn't say FI gains are low at all. If you go full bolt ons you can bet 70-90 rwhp for 2-3k with a good tune

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So gains are pretty low for na builds , im trying to stay na , fi is a pita. AM has some nice videos , pulling greta numbers with bolt ons, m trying to get cai, qtp cutout , boss im , bigger tb and cams that should put me over 500 to the wheels right ??? Right?? Or am i dreaming?
Full off road exhaust, CAI, cams, heads, boss intake and custom dyno tune should get you over 500 rwhp
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I wouldn't say FI gains are low at all. If you go full bolt ons you can bet 70-90 rwhp for 2-3k with a good tune

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Full off road exhaust, CAI, cams, heads, boss intake and custom dyno tune should get you over 500 rwhp
Ok thats more like it , FI is allways great easy gains but its too much of a headache , even worst if u DD ur car like im planing to,

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I wouldn't say FI gains are low at all. If you go full bolt ons you can bet 70-90 rwhp for 2-3k with a good tune

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Full off road exhaust, CAI, cams, heads, boss intake and custom dyno tune should get you over 500 rwhp
Is there any difference with a full offroad exhaust and a qtp cut out beside the weight???, to me thw qtp sound like a best cheaper way , no cops on ur ***, no crazy noise when u dont want it like going to work in a cold morning at 5am , and the best noise whenever u need it just by flipping a switch
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Do you need to keep cats? I've heard open headers on these and while I know sound is opinion, it sounds like booty hole with open headers. There are a couple options if you wanna go offroad and still stay quiet but have a good tone
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