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Big Power Coyote Build...

Here's a little preview, though disregard the induction. Not going in my Challenge car but hopefully another Factory Five project for 2017 . Goal will be between 1300-1500 horsepower and be completely streetable.



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Sleeving the block




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You do have that same ITB induction setup in your challenge car still, correct? Are you still happy with it?

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You bastard, you're building a new Gen 3 Coupe aren't you....

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Yep, Roger's ITB system is still working awesome.

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You do have that same ITB induction setup in your challenge car still, correct? Are you still happy with it?

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LOL, nothing locked down right now, just dreaming.

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You bastard, you're building a new Gen 3 Coupe aren't you....

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I assume you're going FI instead of NA on this one.
Or are you going extra clever and building a big plenum over the ITB's?

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It will be a sheet metal, traditional multi port style manifold with boost.

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I assume you're going FI instead of NA on this one.
Or are you going extra clever and building a big plenum over the ITB's?

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Story on the block sleeving. Building the engine the first week of Feb. How to Prep a Coyote Block for 1,000 Horsepower - Hot Rod Network

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If I was going to do a mega hp turbo build, that new Gen 3 Coupe would be the ticket. I have seriously thought about it. That would be awesome if you can make it happen. Cheers.

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That's the hopeful goal - we will see how it pans out. Building the motor in 3 weeks.

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If I was going to do a mega hp turbo build, that new Gen 3 Coupe would be the ticket. I have seriously thought about it. That would be awesome if you can make it happen. Cheers.

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Please please keep us posted. Cheers.

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I got the first set of our new Wiseco BoostLine connecting rods, and of course, mated to a set of JE customs that feature EN plating, skirt coat, and a thick wall DLC coated pin. Plus JE Pro Seal head gaskets. Building the motor next Wednesday.


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Engine is done. Dynoing it in about 1.5 months.




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A little sneak peek of getting it ready. It will be on the dyno the end of April.


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Looks sharp!

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What happened to getting it dynoed this month, oh well.

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What happened to getting it dynoed this month, oh well.
I was trying, but this is a side project and I got busy at my real job. I want to make sure everything is right and ready to go, and not rush it.

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Sorry, I'm just anxious to see how this pans out. Cheers.

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Story is up finally - How to Build A Bullet-Proof Coyote Engine For 1000-Plus Horsepower - Hot Rod Network


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Just my opinion, but that carb looks out of place on there.

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Just my opinion, but that carb looks out of place on there.
I have to agree. It's a shame to take a modern EFI engine and place a stone-age fuel system on it.

This is how it's done with an LS motor:

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When you're making power like this, cams are going to be locked out regardless. Don't worry though, we are doing a carb'd vs EFI test.

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I see the caption under the oil pump says "Livernois Motorsports supplied a set of billet oil pump gears to replace the weak stockers. A new, Mustang oil pump is required on an F-150 engine."

I bought a billet oil pump gear for my build but didn't realize the pumps or pump housings were different. Anything you can point me to?

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I see the caption under the oil pump says "Livernois Motorsports supplied a set of billet oil pump gears to replace the weak stockers. A new, Mustang oil pump is required on an F-150 engine."

I bought a billet oil pump gear for my build but didn't realize the pumps or pump housings were different. Anything you can point me to?
The width of the gears are different between the two housings. Need to get a Mustang pump housing and pickup tube if you're using an F150 donor.
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I just did some checking. That applies to the 2011-2014 F-150s but thankfully Ford started using the same Mustang GT oil pump on the 2015+ F-150s (which is what I have).

Now back to your build and hopefully some insane dyno results

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I just did some checking. That applies to the 2011-2014 F-150s but thankfully Ford started using the same Mustang GT oil pump on the 2015+ F-150s (which is what I have).

Now back to your build and hopefully some insane dyno results
Ok, good to know as well. Most people building engines right now are on the 11-14 cores.

Dyno is now the last Thurs-Fri of April. Still looking at that 1300-1400hp range.

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