03 gen2 twin turbo coyote swap

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Been doing some big changes to the car again. Think I've owned this car since 07 best I did with the built 2v was 9.5s @ 140s

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Decided to do a junk yard coyote swap at the end of last summer.. what a ride its been, and its not done yet.

Gen2 out of a f150 60k miles
Mustang cams and phasers
Pac 1234 springs
Oil pump gears and sprocket
ARP head studs
With a holley HP ecu

Here are some of the progress pictures

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Engine brake down time.

This is were it got interesting when I first picked up the engine I did a leak down test and everything checked out great, well I should have opened it up a took a look under the covers. Oooof she was dirty. Change your oil people.

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So I sent the heads off to modularheadshop.com they did am amazing job cleaning them up.20210909_175214.jpg20210909_175141.jpg
 
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Hopefully I did all that correctly

I went with the CG twin turbo hotside. Im not fond of the wastegate location and have decided to change the locations later on in the build
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Second thing I noticed with the turbo kit was if I was going to keep power brakes and steering I was going to have to figure out what to do with the alternator. The power by the hour is a great kit but there is no room for the turbos and the alternator.. made up a bracket for the AC location 20211213_102956.jpg20211207_131326.jpg20220109_141143.jpg20211213_120508.jpg
 
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Out with the ol 2v.. this thing was an awesome engine and is still running strong I plan using later on another build maybe.. if someone doesn't buy it off me..
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sent my silverfox 4r700 out to him and upgraded it to his 1000hp unit..
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That's a pretty amazing looking motor swap! Are those Scott Rod panels in the engine bay ahead of the shock towers?
 

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When you timed that engine, did you follow the Ford procedure for setting the chains? Gen 1 and gen 2 are different
 

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yeah damn, 9.5 is slow nowadays. :p. I like the car and the swap. I had one to swap and chickened out (gen2 mustang coyote). Tell me about the 2v specs? any head work done? forged short block...i'm guessing. lol
 
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yeah damn, 9.5 is slow nowadays. :p. I like the car and the swap. I had one to swap and chickened out (gen2 mustang coyote). Tell me about the 2v specs? any head work done? forged short block...i'm guessing. lol
2v stroker engine 8:9:1
Manley pistons notced
Manley rods
Forged crank
Arp hardware
Stage 3 heads ported PI heads
Modular head shop turbo cams
 
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When you timed that engine, did you follow the Ford procedure for setting the chains? Gen 1 and gen 2 are different
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The two top outputs are the ones im talking about. I read that there not needed was wondering what you did with them
 

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Those two outputs don’t need to be assigned. The Holley guys told me that stuff is handled in the background, so you don’t lose I/O potential.
 

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