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Old 07-19-2015, 07:06 PM   #51
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I put these on my doors where the ecoboost emblems go on the v6 F150.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/11-12-13-14-...535633&vxp=mtr
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You have a 4.6 in the 150 right, then the hard part is done, where ever a 4.6 is the coyotes will bolt right in using the same mounts and trans.
That is sweet. I didn't realize they were the same bolt pattern. I wonder what ECU that I could use to use the 4R70W and the Coyote?

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I put these on my doors where the ecoboost emblems go on the v6 F150.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/11-12-13-14-...535633&vxp=mtr
I really like those.
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I wonder what ECU that I could use to use the 4R70W and the Coyote?
AFAIK the only auto trans ECU for the coyotes are set up for the 6R80, and the FRPP control pack for the coyote is for manual only. If your stuck on the 4R70/75 then your only option is a stand alone controller like the MSD atomic.
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What do you think about this? Going to a manual VB 4R70W?

http://www.mustangandfords.com/how-t...ke-4r70w-swap/
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I'm really thinking about doing a coyote in my F150. I plan to use the 6R80, as its only beneficial to use it. Besides, the power the coyote puts out, a 4R70W or 4R75W might not survive. This swap might actually happen come spring\summer next year...

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They'll be fine behind a Coyote. It may need an upgrade or two (manual VB/shift kit, trans cooler). It's a lot easier just to use it because you can just use the stock t-case, driveshafts, mounts and everything. The 6R80's are a lot more expensive to fix too.

The problem is locating a Coyote now, and an ECU.
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was just looking at the frpp site and now ford is offering a coyote engine package with trans and pcm. Similar to the GM connect and cruise.

http://fordperformanceracingparts.com/pri/
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I wonder how that would fit in a '69' Fairlane, they fit the 427/428 in them.
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Dave! How are you bud?

I think I'd probably go with the 6R80E option on that. That's a fun little trans.
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It be a good time to get rid of the dumb shock towers. Ford ran them since 1960 in case they where going to go to front wheel drive.. They are a pain in the butt till the 1980 Granada changed to the fox box to put the design to rest.
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