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Old 11-18-2013, 11:58 PM   #1
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How much psi can a stock block take?

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And wonder if my motor can take it I have full exhaust now on my auto 5.0 it's a 2013
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And wonder if my motor can take it I have full exhaust now on my auto 5.0 it's a 2013
I'd forge it before going that high. Just my .02

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Plus you'd need injectors, fuel pumps, driveshaft, etc. You have to install supporting mods not just a slap on 800 HP.
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Yea that y I'm trying to find out how high I can go.. Auto with a stall I lose whp
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I am also looking at this package but with the injector, fuel pump and intake upgrade.. I emailed George at Brenspeed, claims it's safe and it's all in the tune. I'm looking to get this done in spring then the following year I will either build the motor or get an aluminator whatever I fine to be better..
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I am also looking at this package but with the injector, fuel pump and intake upgrade.. I emailed George at Brenspeed, claims it's safe and it's all in the tune. I'm looking to get this done in spring then the following year I will either build the motor or get an aluminator whatever I fine to be better..
Will it work on stock internals.... Yes. The question becomes, how long will they last? What are you willing to risk? I say upgrade internals first or else you could be buying an entire engine, which ain't cheap
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Will it work on stock internals.... Yes. The question becomes, how long will they last? What are you willing to risk? I say upgrade internals first or else you could be buying an entire engine, which ain't cheap
I have to agree, build the motor first. You can put down 525rwhp n/a. The 710 kit probably puts down a little over 600hp. Then slap that blower on and you'll have a monster that will hold together.
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Will it work on stock internals.... Yes. The question becomes, how long will they last? What are you willing to risk? I say upgrade internals first or else you could be buying an entire engine, which ain't cheap
I suppose you're right maybe I will go with the 525 horsepower package for now then upgrade after. anyone know what's better aluminator or to build the existing motor .wife already approved of me getting the supercharger so no turning back now!!
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I suppose you're right maybe I will go with the 525 horsepower package for now then upgrade after. anyone know what's better aluminator or to build the existing motor .wife already approved of me getting the supercharger so no turning back now!!
Build what you have over the aluminator.
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Build what you have over the aluminator.
That's the route I will go then Thank you. Sorry 1st stang for intruding on your thread. It's all yours!!!
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I'd forge it before going that high. Just my .02 ---------- Post added at 01:06 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:04 AM ---------- Plus you'd need injectors, fuel pumps, driveshaft, etc. You have to install supporting mods not just a slap on 800 HP.
it does come with everything to upgrade the fuel system and I'm going to get a new driveshaft next month.

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That's a 11 psi pulley
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it does come with everything to upgrade the fuel system and I'm going to get a new driveshaft next month.

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That's a 11 psi pulley
Yea but it don't come with forged internals lol
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Yea but it don't come with forged internals lol
yea I know that I seen stock blocks make big power
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yea I know that I seen stock blocks make big power
It can handle that, but keep the shifts under 7k. Unless you want to upgrade pistons and oil pump gears.
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The 2013 has forged cranks, but the pistons aren't. What else needs to be upgraded in the internals? Any idea on the cost involved?
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The 2013 has forged cranks, but the pistons aren't. What else needs to be upgraded in the internals? Any idea on the cost involved?
All coyotes have forged cranks. I'd say if you strip the block and take it out you're looking at about 2k to swap pistons out, but you might as well swap out to ARP hardware and forged rods while you have it apart. I'd say you could probably do it for under 3k if you do most of the work yourself and have a BA motor.
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