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Wow! :) Wonder about cost, drivability, MPG, durability - cheaper tp get a 5.0???

The 5.0 is awesome but
I don’t think it would be cheaper. I guess it just all depends on how you go about it. And I don’t think a 5.0 even with bolt on’s can get close to those numbers. It would probably be more durable though.


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Dyno numbers are dyno numbers. A well setup Gen1 Coyote street car should be able to run low 11s at sea level. Get 1/4 and MPH stats before you slob the whipple knob. I mean yeah its good but on stock 2V cams your redline is still 5800 or so.

Whipple plus cams plus a bottom end to be able to reliably support that=big money. More than selling your car and buying a Coyote or just Coyote swapping.

Brand new 2019 Gen 3 Coyote will make those numbers with just an exhaust and tune as well and run a 10 second 1/4.
 

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Dyno numbers are dyno numbers. A well setup Gen1 Coyote street car should be able to run low 11s at sea level. Get 1/4 and MPH stats before you slob the whipple knob. I mean yeah its good but on stock 2V cams your redline is still 5800 or so.

Whipple plus cams plus a bottom end to be able to reliably support that=big money. More than selling your car and buying a Coyote or just Coyote swapping.

Brand new 2019 Gen 3 Coyote will make those numbers with just an exhaust and tune as well and run a 10 second 1/4.


Well I for one thought it was pretty impressive for a 3valve. And who doesn’t love the sound of a pd supercharger Plus not everybody wants A coyote.




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Numbers are about what any 4.6L makes with a blower and boost turned up. A 2V with a basic S trim will make damn near that, pump the boost up and it'll hit 500 as well. The rods are on borrowed time at those numbers tho.

No not everyone wants a Coyote, I'm just saying that don't get carried away with dyno numbers and thinking you can just drop a blower on a 4.6L and beat up on Coyotes, not gonna happen. Plenty of dudes at "cars and coffee" with dyno slips that have no idea what their car would actually run at the track and likely would lose badly to a car making less power that is actually properly setup.

There is something to be said about not having a car payment or $$$ insurance but you still need to pay to play. Swapping to a Gen2 Coyote engine is a lot cheaper than a blower build, is a complete drop in at this point in the game, will make big numbers and even get great gas mileage to boot.

The PD blower does sound great.
 

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Numbers are about what any 4.6L makes with a blower and boost turned up. A 2V with a basic S trim will make damn near that, pump the boost up and it'll hit 500 as well. The rods are on borrowed time at those numbers tho.

No not everyone wants a Coyote, I'm just saying that don't get carried away with dyno numbers and thinking you can just drop a blower on a 4.6L and beat up on Coyotes, not gonna happen. Plenty of dudes at "cars and coffee" with dyno slips that have no idea what their car would actually run at the track and likely would lose badly to a car making less power that is actually properly setup.

There is something to be said about not having a car payment or $$$ insurance but you still need to pay to play. Swapping to a Gen2 Coyote engine is a lot cheaper than a blower build, is a complete drop in at this point in the game, will make big numbers and even get great gas mileage to boot.

The PD blower does sound great.





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