We recommend breaking this crate engine in properly. Latemodelrestoration.com will not be held accountable for any damages that may occur due to improper break-in methods. Normal break in conditions consist of 500 miles at normal operating conditions.
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With this purchase of this motor is there anything else that I need to purchase in order to install this engine. If you could email me back or call me I would much appreciate it thank you. 661-480-3929
Asked by james e. from rosamond | Comment 0 0
You would also need to purchase the FRPP harness and controls pack, depending on which transmission is used, a flywheel or flexplate, you would need to figure out what headers you would want to run, The correct accessory drive to accomplish what you want with the swap "i.e. street driving, all out race car etc." return style fuel system as well as decide on what air intake setup you would like to run. There are alot of variables that have to be addressed when trying to tackle an engine swap like this.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I've recently restored my 1991 LX Mustang 5.0L Fox Body back to factory condition and made many upgraded performance modifications, but I know, I still want more HP and performance. Would the Coyote 5.0L crate motor fit in my Fox body ? If so, what would I need to make the conversion ?
Asked by Scott K. from Fairfield | Comment 0 0
The Coyote swap is very popular on fox bodies and can be done. If you click the link below, we have made a section specific to what is needed and at the very bottom, have videos of what all is involved. The video was done on an SN95, but the same principles apply.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0