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Hello, In the near future I want to do a coyote swap into my 94 cobra 5.0. Question is would I have to buy a k-member for a 96 and up mustang that has a 4.6 in it. I don't think my 5.0 k member will work on the coyote motor. Would like to go with a tubular k member so any help would be appreciated thanks! Or a part number for one would be amazing
Asked by Travis A. from Hazel green | Comment 1 0
I am sorry, but this kit is designed for the V8 applications only. You may be able to make it work, but I do not have the specifications in regards to what you would have to modify to make it work for you .
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
The spring rates are very important to what kind of driving you do and here is the break down of them. The 150 lbs are used for the drag racer in mind. The 175 lb springs are ideal for a street/strip application and of course the 200 lb spring rates are for the road racing enthusiast in mind. The coil-over kits should fit most struts.
Don't forget to pick up a set of cast/camber plates with the spherical bearings on them.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
Well my buddy had bought this k member for his 5.0 and he likes it so i decided to give it a try. When buying the k member it says u will need caster camber plates but doesnt say anything about the offset rack and pinion bushing or needing a extended steering shaft. I dont want to get half way through an install and have to put everything back on brcause the part forgets to tell u about others parts being required. I would like to get a list of all required parts before trying to install. I appreciate it
Asked by Chris K. from Tucson | Comment 0 0
Chris, The parts you mention are not listed because there is a lot of variance when installing this set up. You can run manual steering or power steering, the rack bushings may or may not be needed bases on the oil pan used and the clearance needed. You can email me direct at email@example.com with the specs on your car such as model year, steering type, oil pan style, engine mounts, and your intended use. I can get you a close idea of everything that will be needed but you may still run into other things you need to complete the swap.
Answered by Tommy E. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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