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Old 04-30-2013, 10:28 AM   #1
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Check this out! Who wouldn't want this on their N/A Coyote?



http://blogs.mustangmonthly.com/6799...coyote-stacks/
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That is sick and I def would do this to mine but not for $4600. I can think of a lot of stuff I could do with that money
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If they came through the hood I'd buy one. I've always wondered why they don't make a super charger that comes through the hood like the old blowers.
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If they came through the hood I'd buy one. I've always wondered why they don't make a super charger that comes through the hood like the old blowers.
Someone put a coyote engine in a old 1970s styled mustang and it looked like that and they stuck out through the top of the hood. At work now but I'll see if I can find it later. I wanted to say it was am RTR car but not 100%. The guy uses it for drifting. Saw the video months ago.
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If they came through the hood I'd buy one. I've always wondered why they don't make a super charger that comes through the hood like the old blowers.
You can purchase longer stacks. So you could bring them thru the hood if you wanted.

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Someone put a coyote engine in a old 1970s styled mustang and it looked like that and they stuck out through the top of the hood. At work now but I'll see if I can find it later. I wanted to say it was am RTR car but not 100%. The guy uses it for drifting. Saw the video months ago.
VGJR has his RTR-X, which is the '69 fastback with a Coyote with ITB's on it. I'm pretty sure it makes decent power N/A.
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I went to a couple of Jim's sites and couldn't find any #s for it. Anyone know what were looking at aprox.
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You can purchase longer stacks. So you could bring them thru the hood if you wanted.

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VGJR has his RTR-X, which is the '69 fastback with a Coyote with ITB's on it. I'm pretty sure it makes decent power N/A.
69 that is right. Thank you sir!
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I went to a couple of Jim's sites and couldn't find any #s for it. Anyone know what were looking at aprox.
$4600 is what they start at. For weber carbs or EFI.
Call him.
Jim Inglese
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He will pick up the phone.
It's not publicly available in a sense you can point and click to order, but you can order them from him. Give him a call, he's a good guy. He'll answer any questions you have.
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$4600 is what they start at. For weber carbs or EFI.
Call him.
Jim Inglese
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He will pick up the phone.
It's not publicly available in a sense you can point and click to order, but you can order them from him. Give him a call, he's a good guy. He'll answer any questions you have.
I think he means HP and Torque numbers. I'd be interested in that also.
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I think he means HP and Torque numbers. I'd be interested in that also.
Yes
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for $4,600 i can buy a Vortech V3 tuner kit.
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That is one bad MF, wish the #s were a little higher.
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That is one bad MF, wish the #s were a little higher.
Yeah I didn't realize they were so low....

Also I bet you cant drive in the rain eh? At least if you put it on a DD.
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You can purchase longer stacks. So you could bring them thru the hood if you wanted.

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VGJR has his RTR-X, which is the '69 fastback with a Coyote with ITB's on it. I'm pretty sure it makes decent power N/A.
Excuse me while I go procrasturbate...
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Yeah I didn't realize they were so low....

Also I bet you cant drive in the rain eh? At least if you put it on a DD.
Sure you can. As long as you got the hammer down!
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That's a bad *** kit but I'd rather put it towards a blower, those numbers just don't say $4600, that's just me tho.
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