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Dimensionally smaller than the Kai-Oat. Maybe this will keep those knuckleheads from dropping an LS into their Mustang.


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Or do this Harrop set up....

 

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Would be nice to have an aluminum block. This is a heavy engine.
 
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twobjshelbys

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Saw something the other day about a Coyote 5.2l cast iron block capable of more horsepower than a Saturn rocket. Only block though, not a crate engine. You still have to build it. It did say that the standard Coyote heads would fit.
 

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Terrible argument
A heavy iron block can negate the light weight alloy with a skinny driver.
No fat guys should use a cast iron bock... for performance reasons im saying.
 

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price ? looking to retrofit a 69 cougar new engine and trans swap for a pro tour, currently running a 514
 

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The Hemmings article said MSRP was around $23k.

i fixed the link in the first post.
 
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N/A 600hp

has an interesting (for pushrods) but great sound

Skip to 22minutes to hear it.
 
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Dimensionally smaller than the Kai-Oat. Maybe this will keep those knuckleheads from dropping an LS into their Mustang.


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Awesome!

Smart alecks those knuckleheads are too. Ford in a Ford!
 
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saleenrose

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I stock allot of engines, The Godzilla is just that , very large, the 10spd is huge, almost twice the size of the Coyote 10spd. We have installed many of the Ford Performance coyote power modules, they rev and work great, we have not found a Godzilla vehicle yet as it is so big. I love the coyote for supercharging capabilities and getting around 700-800 at the wheels is so easy, why us a pushrod, rpm limited engine?
 
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N/A engine with low end torque.

And narrower than the Coyote.
 

saleenrose

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Here is a few Coyote swaps we have done, Coyote Everything.
 

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Coyote is shorter, saving room for Radiator. Fitment can be done, we have.
 

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Sweet! What a great place to go to work everyday. 😎
 
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saleenrose

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The best was the Roadrunner, we put sticker on it with the Coyote on the Acme Rocket, Very fun. Dan really enjoyed it as you can see. We have done plenty of LS, LT4, LT5, and 350 conversions, they are just all in chevy products. My shop does not put Chevy products in any other brand, kind of a Me thing.
 

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Do you do body and paint in-house?
 

saleenrose

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No, we rarely paint anything, nor get involved. We take drivers and make much better. The Black Camaro is a perfect case onto which I hate to do. He wanted to paint, we started it in 21, he is now 250 grand in a 68 Camaro and it is not done. Looks great and the LT5 with 8 SPD should be cool. Just time consuming and lots of money.
 

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Body and paint has become a bottomless pit. A deal breaker for many projects.
 
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saleenrose

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It is a skill young people do not want to do. The EPA and paint products are expensive, and body shops would rather fix less picky collision customers for cheap insurance companies than custom cars.
 
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Oh, I get it.