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Discussion in 'Hardcore Tech=*MOTOR SWAPS*' started by stangbass, Nov 27, 2017.
How do you get the HUD in the video?
It's a pretty cool app. I use it for track stuff with the OBDLink LX.
Yup, I have an ELM327 adapter, which is supported! My buddies and I have made a bet, the fastest laptime gets free beers at the end of the day. Now I will have undisputable evidence of my laptimes at Watkins Glen. Too bad I'm up against three GT350s and one GT350 R. I will likely by buying beer......lol
Awesome to hear the car tearin it up. Great work and build thread.
hey i hope i get a reply but will the coyote bolt to the stock mount points of the 4.0? i have an 2005 4.0 and im going to try this swap soon and this is the only thing i cant find specific info on
Yes, mechanically its is a direct bolt in. I purchased parts for a 2013 gt, like radiator, A/C condenser, etc. The hard part is the electrical work.
awesome so you would just use the gt mounts i assume. and i plan on buying the control pack so it will make all of that easier.
I bought the ford racing motor mount & coyote engine side motor mount brackets. The mounts themselves looked identical to the V6 mounts. Dropped right in.
Awesome what about the transmissiondid that bolt right up too? and what driveshaft did you use? i assume you put an 8.8 in of course
The coyote will bolt to any trans for a modular motor. I went with the Magnum XL trans, JPC aluminum driveshaft, and 8.8 w/3.73s. Used the Ford Racing 20 lb billet flywheel and Centerforce DF clutch.
Gotcha, was actually talking about the trans mounts on the chassis. will the magnum xl bolt right to that or is a custom mount involved
Magnum xl needs a different cross memeber. it was included with the transmission. Also included were the shifter and knob, and SFI bell housing.
http://www.tremec.com/menu.php?m=105 << what you see is what's in the box