2010 SC 4.0L to 13 F150 coyote swap.

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  1. stangbass

    stangbass Junior Member

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    Hello fellow S197er's. Name's Al, Had my 2010 4.0l for almost 8 years/+100,000mi in which time it has underwent quite an extensive transformation from stock. Car has been my daily and did a short season of drag and a couple of seasons of HPDE.

    Previous setup was completely stock 4.0l with X-Charger Xtreme kit, TVS1900 blower upgrade, pullied at a tad under 15lbs. 60lb injectors, Walbro 400lph fuel pump, 13/14 GT500 heat-X, VRP superflo pump(rebadged CWA-100), TR3650 trans, 8.8, spec 3+ clutch. Long tubes and H-pipe.
    Car made 374/376 RWHP on E85 and I managed to run a 12.56 on the 13lb pulley.

    Unfortunately I've come to the end of the road with the current power plant. My plan was to run it until it broke and thanks to a bum timing chain tensioner, I managed to put a couple of valves into the cylinder and take a chunk out of piston #4. Crazy enough it didn't fail on the track but during a street pull. Didn't realize the extent of the damage until I pulled the heads.

    So I'm diving into a Coyote swap. Just picked up a '13 F150 coyote today. Since this car is no longer my daily I can take my time with the swap. Car is mainly going to a weekend cruiser and HPDE toy from now on.

    Currently breaking down the issues the will need to be addressed with the swap.
    Intake
    Exhaust
    Wiring Harness
    Cams
    ECU
    Tune
    Transmission
    AC
    Power Steering
    Fuel System

    Intake, Exhaust, Tune, Transmission are pretty straight forward. Cams, AC, Power steering, fuel system are also pretty well vetted out just need to make decisions on which direction I want to go with these components. The wiring harnesses and ECU are still leaving me a tad befuddled, but I'm trying to pull together as much info as I can on the subjects.

    So long to the old boat anchor 4.0, you will be missed.
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    Will keep updated on progress. Currently have engine/trans out of the car. Coyote still in the truck will probably go on the engine stand tomorrow.
     
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    You will get really familiar with C175B, T, and E connectors (B mostly)

    I have a perfectly good 4.0 I can sell you cheap. lol
     
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    Engine out of the truck on the stand. Scored a set of intake cams. Waiting on timing cover, Oil Pump, OPG, and block mount brackets and I'll probably go ahead and slide it in the car. [​IMG]
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    Scored a MT-82, shifter, <3000mi Mcleod RST, and flywheel with ARP bolts for $800. Gotta love these internet classifieds. Getting ready to start getting the fuel system ready. Weather has turned around here so works going to be slow. Got my Ford workshop DVD's coming today, So I'll be able to start working on the wiring.
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    These Ford Workshop DVD's are a heaven send.
     
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    Well heck didn't know google photo is private by default. Here the pics from previous posts.
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    Mo pics please sir.
     
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    Got some wiring and fuel system stuff in. Still got a week of work before I get some time off to start working on the car. Just in time for a cold front to move in.
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    No pics showing man. Nice swap though
     
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    Im stoked and it isnt mine. Yea, those classifieds are epic.

    You have any old video of when that 4.0 was alive and sc'd?
     
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    Weather has been rough so works been slow. Got the new fuel pump control module installed and wired in. Got the old harness and PCM out along with the old trailer harness. Went a head and wired in my old FPDM wiring upgrade relay into the harness. The '11+ harness uses a larger gauge wire back to the FPMC.

    Also got the C175B pigtail pinned and ready to splice in. I bought the DR3Z-14300-H battery cable and M-12508-M50 engine harness. So my C175E and C175T harness should be good to go with the exception of the two inline connectors that connect to those two harnesses.

    Started splicing in the C175B connector but the snow and dark drove me back in. Hope to finish majority of the engine bay wiring today.

    Here's a vid from #gridlife and some drag a few years ago.


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    Wait, you are leaving the 50 pin C175B (V6) and splicing the 70 pin connector to it?
    I just moved the wires from the 50 pin to the new 70 pin. Minimal splicing involved that way.
     
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    Wow, that v6 was puttin down some speed and staying at good temps. Can't wait to see that 5.0 in and drag racin.
     
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    I'm moving wires over to the 70 pin, I'm just leaving the 50 pin there for now so I can more easily ID the wires
     
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    Nice thread Op, that 1/4 vid with the 4.0 and supercharger moved out on the short end! Your 60ft on that run looked bad ass.

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    Got the '13 EPAS rack in courtesy of Midway Mustang Parts. Made a bracket for the additional arm on the EPAS rack. Probably go pick up some tie rods and ends tomorrow and get it installed.
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    Nice fab work! Saved yourself some coin there.

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