- Coyote crate engine
- Control Pack PCM and wiring harness
- Complete with Tremec 6-speed manual transmission 2.66 first gear
- Boss 302 alternator kit
- Starter with an index plate
- Steel Quicktime Bellhousing
- Clutch fork
- Throw-out bearing
- Roller pilot bearing
- Clutch kit
- Billet flywheel
- Installation hardware
2018-2019 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L Coyote Gen III crate engine with Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT)
- Horsepower: 460 hp at 7,000 RPM
- Torque: 420 ft-lbs. at 4,600 RPM
- Maximum RPM of 7,500
- Aluminum block with plasma transferred wire arc spray weld liner coating
- Cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for strength
- Optimized oil drain-back and windage control for improved high-rpm performance
- Long 12 mm head bolts for higher clamp load
- Bore/Stroke: 93 mm x 92.700 mm
- Crankshaft: Forged steel cross-plane
- Rods: Sintered steel 150.700 mm length, 618 g weight
- Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
- Pistons: Hypereutectic raised dome 8.411 cc
- High-flow AS7GU aluminum
- DOHC 32-valve with variable intake and exhaust cam timing
- Valve Size: 37.700 mm Intake / 32 mm Exhaust
- Valve Lift: 14 mm Intake & Exhaust
- Dual, direct and port injection
- Tuned composite
- Variable runner control
- 80 mm electronic throttle body (Drive-by-wire)
- Oil Pan: Composite 10 qt capacity w/filter
- Engine will be fitted with dual-mass flywheel installed. Included is billet flywheel, to be installed on before installation into a vehicle
Engine Break-In Procedure
Fill the engine with 5W50 full synthetic engine oil. For the first 500 miles of operation do not drive for long periods at any single speed, always vary your speed. Do not tow a trailer or put other heavy loads on the vehicle. Check the engine oil and coolant levels daily. At 500 Miles change the engine oil and filter. Check fuel and ignition settings; adjust valves (where applicable).
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