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Old 06-02-2016, 08:49 AM   #1
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2016 gt350 swap parts for coypte

Has anyone swapped any of the parts from the gt350 voodoo engine to the coyote yet? I see Ford sells the heads, intake and tb saying its a direct bolt on. The intake manifold looks like it would be a decent upgrade.

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The intake manifold is popular on the 2015+ models because the cobrajet doesn't like to fit under the hood. On an 11-14 the CJ is a better choice.
I haven't seen many people bolting on the heads, they're expensive, require a lot of extra parts to make it work right, and you could probably get similar results with other options.
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Unless you've got some really "deep pockets" the cost for HP/TQ increases are not warranted...just go out and buy a blower or turbo and you will save money over this swap and make more HP/TQ.....especially TQ!
There is a shop in The Bay Area that is putting together a Coyote with 5.2 heads, special cams....5.2 has different firing order than the Coyote because of the flat plane crank....5.2 oil pan, oil pump, H-beam rods and forged pistons and CJ intake and TB...they are shooting for 550HP at 8000rpm and TQ of a little more than 400 at 6500rpm. I have been told it should be on the engine dyno before the end of summer.....
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Wasn't saying I was getting them. Just was trying to see if anyone was using them yet. Trust me blower is my next big mod. I saw ford won't sell the flat crank but will sell a 5.2 coyote block

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As a N/A ole guy I totally understand and on the other hand the person doing this must have some really deep pockets and nothing better to do in their spare time.....a pair of heads with cams cost about the same as blower/turbo setup.
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^ agreed. Seems pointless. The heads, intake and cams alone are almost what an entire coyote crate engine cost. You could slap on a blower and do full suspension to actually get power down for that kinda $$$... And if you have the kinda $$ for pointless expensive mods like that, you should just go ahead and buy a 350 anyway
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A few places are selling the GT350 intake manifold. Would actually come out cheaper than the Cobra Jet set up. I could understand keeping NA for weight purposes. Blowers and turbos add a ton of weight to the front end of the car.
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