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Unread 06-04-2014, 09:04 PM   #31
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So I guess when I get my motor, I'll have to go into it to replace the pistons. Thats ok with me, since I can upgrade the pistons and rods to forged units to handle the boost it'll get from the supercharger that will replace the intake, lol. Gonna have to price it out, after pistons, rods, and cams, I might be better to just get a crate engine...

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Whipple has finished the development of their supercharger for the coyote 5 liter for the trucks and is finalizing the tune for the production units. There is a guy on F150online who got the first production unit and they are using his truck as the development mule for the tune. Here is the thread, if you would like to read it.

http://www.f150online.com/forums/sup...ple-5-0-a.html

BTW the truck put down 521 at the wheels on 91 octane thru a 6r80 slushbox, a 204 hp gain and whipple was still testing it. Not sure of the final #'s
Assuming a 12% drivetrain loss for a 2wd with an auto, he's looking at approx 592 at the crank, about a 230 hp gain.
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That is REALLY impressive. My Buddy is actually in the market for one right now. He just sold his Cobra, and is looking for a Coyote powered F150 to replace it.
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It's officially for sale now.

https://whipplesuperchargers.com/ind...product_id=182
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Was just reading in the latest issue of muscle mustangs and fast fords that holley now has a harness to run their dominator efi on a coyote engine.

https://holley.com/products/fuel_sys.../parts/558-109

There is no mention as to whether it will control the VCT, but it will control the injectors, coil packs, and drive by wire throttle.

The good news is modern aftermarket efi systems use wide band O2 sensors so they self adjust on the fly, so you can throw anything at the engine and it will self tune. You can even manually input what ever Air/Fuel ratio you desire and timing advance and it will tune to your specs.
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I've got some researching to do. I'm really considering doing a coyote swap from an 11+ F150 into my F150. Gonna do the coyote and the 6R80, and reuse my 4406 tcase, providing it will bolt up. I don't know what part, if any, of the stock year dash the coyote will need. It will be tuned (future plans include a pair of hair dryers) so pats is not an issue. Why not just get an 11 F150 you ask? I've already got this one, and its paid for...

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Just ran across this article, when you do your coyote swap you might want to do this upgrade before you drop it in.

http://www.mustangandfords.com/how-t...gears-install/
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Good point. While I'm not planning to have my rev limiter set above 7k, its still good insurance to swap it out...

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That's a good write up. I didn't realize there was an issue there.
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Basically, ford used the same technology to make the oil pump gears in all modular based engines that they used to make the connecting rods, powdered metal. It never was a problem until the coyote came along, when highly modified or boosted, it can spin the rpm and make the power that exceeds what the factory powdered metal oil pump gears can handle.

If I ever boost mine, I'm changing out the oil pump before I do.
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