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Old 08-28-2013, 08:03 AM   #21
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Coyote was originally for the cobra , sold it and bought the 05 instead

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Old 08-28-2013, 09:06 AM   #22
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How I got my Coyote , my buddy at ford called me and asked if I was interested In a' new 5.0. So I asked the details. A new 5.0 with 3000 miles on it came in with a slight rattle noise at 3500 rpm. The tech pulled the oilpan and discovered the number 7 rod bearing had a score mark in it , no other damage just number 7. They put a new motor on it. So I bought the motor for the core charge for $1000. I picked up a set of new boss 302R piston and rod kit and a boss 302 crank so now when it goes back together I'll have a completely forged internals , as it sits I have about $3500 n the motor with all accessories, intake etc.
You bought a new 5.0 for $1,000? Jesus. Find me a deal like that and I would owe you forever. How bad was the number 7 damage? $3500 is one hell of a deal.

Seriously though, find me a deal like that.

Any reason why you opted for a Mustang and not the Cobra?
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:28 AM   #23
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I just lost interest in the cobra really. I had a silver one before with a stroker motor in it but its purely a nice weather 2 seater and with 2 kids I hardly would ever use it. Mustang made more sense for us all to enjoy. I sold it to my dad so ill probably get to enjoy it when he gets it done anyways.
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Old 08-28-2013, 12:05 PM   #24
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I got my Flaming River manual rack with correct u joint for the 05 in and also my stainless steel headers as well as my manual pedal set. Waiting on my new 05 up TR3650 , shifter and Ford Racing control pack kit.

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I would be very interested in how the manual steering feels vs the power steering you have now.

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So what do you have planned for flywheel, does yours have that 9 bolt pressure plate? When I talked to FRPP tech I was hoping I could just swap out the clutch disc on my swap. I have a t-45 trans he said it would have a different stack, I asked if it would work with the newer trans and he said yes, but I would check again for sure. The 11 up has a different spline count on trans.
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So what do you have planned for flywheel, does yours have that 9 bolt pressure plate? When I talked to FRPP tech I was hoping I could just swap out the clutch disc on my swap. I have a t-45 trans he said it would have a different stack, I asked if it would work with the newer trans and he said yes, but I would check again for sure. The 11 up has a different spline count on trans.
Im using a clutch/pressure plate/flywheel combo for an 04 style modular with an 8 bolt flywheel (same bolt pattern as the coyote crank) . The guys at backdraft racing are using that setup with their cobras that they drop 5.0s in.
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Im using a clutch/pressure plate/flywheel combo for an 04 style modular with an 8 bolt flywheel (same bolt pattern as the coyote crank) . The guys at backdraft racing are using that setup with their cobras that they drop 5.0s in.

That's my new plan but I was going ford racing billet flywheel and their hd clutch. The 04s are cable clutch are you swapping over? Sorry didn't look real close at you new pedals?
So stock nodular flywheel?
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Old 08-29-2013, 08:14 AM   #29
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Im using an aftermarket good for 500hp clutch , press plate flywheel combo , lightened flywheel too. Im using the tr3650 tranny from the 05 up with the hydraulic slave / setup with the factory 05 up pedals/master cyl . I know travel and throw may be different so Im going to have to do some measuring and testing before I put it in the car to make sure the hydraulic setup will work. They do make an aftermarket kit to install a similar hydraulic setup in a T5 so I know it can be done.
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Old 08-30-2013, 10:24 AM   #30
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Well after doing some head scratching . I figured out that wiring the coyote pcm into the can network will make the tach work but there is no OSS VSS speed input into the coyote pcm to make the speedo work. I called FRPP and spoke to a tech and apparently FRPP make a SPEED DIAL unit for the coyote PCM Control pack that inputs your speed signal into the Ford racing control pack PCM.

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