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Old 08-27-2015, 06:50 PM   #1
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Just how strong is the stock Coyote

Henchmen Racing and Alan Wofford run 8s


Notice what trans and rear end they run.
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Not the first time this has been done


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Rap can I do this with mine?!!!!


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Anything can be done.
Just won't do it for long.
Ronnie from rev auto did this with both his stock coyote motors then they let go eventually.


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^ what if it's a car that I babied, never tracked it and it's not my dd?


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You talking about running 8's or making a lot of power?


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No no 8"s. I just wann be able to eat up a Shelby trinity and **** it out. I did keep up with one but to me that's not good enough.


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Well that wouldn't fall into the "baby it" category lol.

650 at the tires is the safe limit.
Anything more than you are just playing the game Jenga. Every time you get on it, the motor will be getting weaker until it just gives up.


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lol yea but that's how I baby my car!!!!. Bro I'm getting the itch again. 675!at the wheel is not doing it for me anymore. I'm trying to figure out a way to increase power and b happy with it without telling the wife in have to spend $20k on the motor. I think I need a 700 minimum at the wheel


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Just how strong is the stock Coyote

HP is just a #
I don't even spray most of the time in my races.
And a built motor won't cost 20k.
I have roughly 6k in my motor from heads,valves,valve springs,rods,pistons, full arp hardware, blue printed, balanced, ect
Now I have well over 20 in the whole car.

Most fun my car was, is back when it was 550 at the tires. I could do anything I wanted.

Once you get in the 700+ range you have to make sure all your ducks are in a row. Bc stuff can get nasty really quick. And then your going where the car wants to go

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I meant 675 at the crank;(((


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Rap if u had to start over again what would u do different if anything?


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Stay at 550-600 a lot less problems.


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