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    ^well that's one hell of an update to an already kickass build!



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    Dear lord, that thing is mammoth size! I like it!

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    This thread needs a Coyote update


    Where to start?


    Interior:


    I purchased a 6 point roll cage during the winter, it will have removable side bars. Having it professionally installed and welded in by fabricator that works on drag cars. Going back to the stock shifter (See transmission update below). I removed and sold the aftermarket black carpet I’ve had for 10 years. I’m replacing it with stock carpet from my 97 Tbird parts car. Going to have it cleaned and dyed black. Replacing the stock seats, yet again with a pair of Sportline RRS Corbeau Racings seats with 5 point harness. This time I won’t be using their brackets. I have a pair of MN12 manual seat brackets that I will modify to work.

    Suspension and Chassis:


    Just installed rear aluminum subframe bushings, beefy rear diff mount and LWP cover. Waiting on new QA1 coil over shocks front and rear. Dropped the AJE K-member one inch because the Supercharger was slightly touching the hood. This will also help with the transmission clearance as well.

    Wheels:


    Over the winter I had my front wheels narrowed 1.5” to help with the rubbing issue with the strut bar.

    Fuel system:


    I recently bought an Aeromotive 15 gallon fuel cell, new PFTE lines, fittings, fuel filter and fuel rails


    Engine / Trans management:


    So I ditched the FRPP Coyote control kit for Power by the hour’s engine/trans control kit for the Coyote 5.0 and the 6R80 auto. This works all together on the same computer instead of using two standalone units to control each. The transmission will also have a sport mode to shift threw all the gears manually with a touch of a button.

    Transmission:


    Picked up a 6R80 from a 2014 F150 with just over 5K miles. With a one inch drop from the K-member I hope this will fit in the trans tunnel. I will be able to use the MN12 stock shifter and cable with a 4R70W lever adapter. I’m hoping with a custom 6R80 mount, it will work with the MN12 cross trans brace.

    Anyways just waiting on parts. Between family, work, house projects and everything else I might do a 3rd shift again to finish this for summer.












































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    That thing has got to feel insane!

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    Since i joined just to see the pics in this thread, yea, im going to revive it and ask for updates. Kickass work. I have a 96 bird im looking to drop a 5.0 into. PI stuff doesnt get you very far, figure ~5k for a supercharger, and you dont just bolt them on stock cast piston 4.6's with 230k. So, unless ive made a grave error (likely) it seems to me the cheapest way to 400+hp is a coyote. The f150 versions are cheap and the control pack isnt 'that' bad. Also, just the pure badassery which is semi understated in this thread. Will have to have the 4R built, and controller, but what did you end up having to do to the fuel system? Just trying to get a decent idea on an actual budget for this. I am sure there are a lot of hidden expenses that usually crop up with builds like this. I know its super easy to sink a ton of money into a fuel system though and that is the part im least confident with. Power wise, im thinking GT cams, tune, exhaust intake etc. 450hp sounds pretty alright alright alright (not into turbos/ SC's... yet)

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    This is the greatest automotive build I've seen in a while!

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    WOW. Nice work. One of my favorite cars too.


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