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Improved 5.0 Coyote motor






The New 5.0L Coyote Motor Is Here!
This engine replaces the 2011-14 crate engine . Now you can harness all of the power of the new 2015-2016 Coyote Mustang in your own build. This 5.0L motor packs 435 horsepower and 400+ lbs-ft of torque (with premium fuel). This  engine features an aluminum block with cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for bottom-end strength. This engine will be great for use in street rod or resto-mod builds using Ford Performance’s controls pack.Engine Specs
-Forged steel crankshaft & connecting rods.
-Hypereutectic Aluminum Pistons
-DOHC 4V aluminum heads, with variable intake and exhaust camshaft timing.
-8 qt. capacity oil pan.
-Tuned composite Mustang GT variable runner intake manifold with production drive-by-wire 80mm throttle body.
-Includes manual transmission engine harness and flywheel.
-Vehicle harness, PCM and alternator NOT included.  (Available with our packages)
-Engine mount bosses and bellhousing mount pattern common to 4.6L/5.0L modular engines.Catalytic
Converter Note
The Coyote engine as installed in the 2015 Mustang uses an exhaust manifold with an integrated catalytic converter on the driver side. Due to its cost, this manifold this is not included and the engine is shipped only with the passenger side exhaust manifold.Engine Harness
This engine requires engine controls pack  to run properly.
View our New Coyote Engine / 5 Speed Transmission Package

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Customers in the South Florida Area we’ve established a separate  satellite office and warehouse under TDmotion, to cater to our Southern Clients.  Shipments to our international customers more easily maneuvered to South America and the Islands.



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SEMA is working with Congress to pass legislation that would allow companies to manufacture up to 500 turn-key replica vehicles annually for customers nationwide. The “Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act of 2015” (H.R. 2675) provides new opportunities for SEMA members to grow their companies. H.R. 2675 would benefit businesses that supply equipment along with manufacturers that build and market replica vehicles. Under the measure, these are cars that resemble automobiles produced at least 25 years ago such as ’30s hot rods, 50s classics and ’65 Cobras.

“Small volume auto manufacturing is almost nonexistent in the United States due to the federal government’s ‘one-size-fits-all’ method for regulating car manufacturers,” said SEMA Senior Director of Federal Affairs Stuart Gosswein. “The rules are the same whether you produce 5 million cars or five.”

Replica car companies produce and sell kits, which can be sold to consumers as either a box of auto parts or as an assembled rolling chassis. Kit cars are sold minus the engine/transmission since federal regulators determined that installing the powertrain is the step that makes it a “motor vehicle” and subjects the manufacturer to a host of burdensome regulations.

The “Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act of 2015” would permit small manufacturers to produce up to 500 replica vehicles in the United States. Cars produced under the legislation would avail themselves of a simplified regulatory structure, which recognizes the challenges of small-volume production. The bill would benefit small manufacturers, suppliers, and enthusiasts that want to buy a completed vehicle. Enthusiasts would also still have the ability to build specially constructed vehicles that don’t replicate older vehicles.