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The New 5.0 Coyote V8 and Pics...

I forget which member told me to google it but my curiosity was peaked and decided to do just that. My reaction to some of the info availible was allright! 400 Horsepower, 400 Lbs or torque strait up motor. It's a Modular D.O.H.C 4V engine. Brand new block. here are some links to what I found that includes pics and specs: Ford’s 5.0L ‘coyote’ V8 [Spied again] and the specs are at (BlueOvalNews) Ford Forums, Ford News, Ford Motor Company News, Ford Employee Forum, Ford Reviews, Ford Edge Forum, Ford Flex Forum, Ford Fusion Forum, Ford Sales Figures, Ford Eco Boost Forum, Ford Transit Forum, Ford Transit Connect Forum, Lincoln . one of the links mentioned the fact that the 2010 Mustangs out handle the new Camaro because it's lighter and there's even mentioning of a TWIN TURBOED version as well. That is what I call evil and just out and outright nasty.
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downright gnarly!
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downright gnarly!
I know man, a newer version of an old legend. That's kool. There's more on what they're getting rid of too. They're keeping the Supercharged 5.4 4V (current 2010 mustang engine) but phasing out the rest of them the 2V romeo block is already gone and the crate version with it. If you google it and you'll find some better pics on the other websites listed.
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400 Horsepower, 400 Lbs or torque strait up motor
Done by GM with the LS6 in 2002. Just letting you know.
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The SC 5.4 is only in the GT500 correct?
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Done by GM with the LS6 in 2002. Just letting you know.
I know but that's considered a big block though. An LS6 is basicly a 454 monster and that motor was indeed stout, but to have it in a small block is just plain kool.
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I know but that's considered a big block though. An LS6 is basicly a 454 monster and that motor was indeed stout, but to have it in a small block is just plain kool.
LS engines are not big blocks.
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The SC 5.4 is only in the GT500 correct?
Not quite but your close though. You forgot about the F150 Raptor and there's 2 types of the GT 500. You have the SVT version that Ford done then you have Carrol Shelby's GT500 Supersnake with a meaner blower by Paxton Superchargers pumping out 800 horses. Shelby's version starts at around $125,000 bucks. Ford's version is around $50,000 give or take. I wish I could own both versions but that's wishfull thinking.
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Hopefully it isnt a crappy engine like all the other ford engines are. Ford always makes engines that are junk, or subpar to the competitors.
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i thought the ls6 was a 5.7l
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Not quite but your close though. You forgot about the F150 Raptor and there's 2 types of the GT 500. You have the SVT version that Ford done then you have Carrol Shelby's GT500 Supersnake with a meaner blower by Paxton Superchargers pumping out 800 horses. Shelby's version starts at around $125,000 bucks. Ford's version is around $50,000 give or take. I wish I could own both versions but that's wishfull thinking.
There is no super charger in the Raptor... both GT500s are made by Shelby for ford
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LS engines are not big blocks.
Then why does GM have it listed as a big block? but then again we were talking about GM though too. Probably a different version I'm thinking about too. After all they have the most crate engines availible too. I'll look it up later you might be right about that.
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i thought the ls6 was a 5.7l
Yeah but it is still not a big block. Not even the 7.0 in the new Z06 is a big block engine.

The Generation III Small Block Chevy V-8 engines replaced the LT family in 1997. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_LS_engine

I am glad that Ford is stepping up though. Finally! I wonder if this engine will have tensioner or spark plug problems. Lets hope they did their homework.
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i thought the ls6 was a 5.7l
Nope, the 5.7 liter was a cast Iron generation 1 350 small block. The LS6 was 2 times bigger than the 5.7. Alot bigger.
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Nope, the 5.7 liter was a cast Iron generation 1 350 small block. The LS6 was 2 times bigger than the 5.7. Alot bigger.
According to wiki the LS6 is a 5.7 engine. The LS6 is a higher-output version of GM's LS1 engine and retains the same capacity.
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There is no super charger in the Raptor... both GT500s are made by Shelby for ford
Are you sure about that? I was told in another thread that one shelby did was different a bit versus the one ford did. I might be off about the raptor but I think it might have a supercharger upgrade. That might be it not really sure.
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Nope, the 5.7 liter was a cast Iron generation 1 350 small block. The LS6 was 2 times bigger than the 5.7. Alot bigger.
I dont think you know what your saying
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Are you sure about that? I was told in another thread that one shelby did was different a bit versus the one ford did. I might be off about the raptor but I think it might have a supercharger upgrade. That might be it not really sure.
Positive. Shelby makes 2 versions, the GT500 and the GT500 Super Snake. Both are super charged but the GT500 is pushing 500 horses while the Super Snake is closer to 725. There is no super charger upgrade from Ford for the Raptor yet either
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All LSx's are small block engines...



they are all not the same displacement however
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According to wiki the LS6 is a 5.7 engine. The LS6 is a higher-output version of GM's LS1 engine and retains the same capacity.
I got my info from GMPP and a book called "how to swap a GM LS engine into almost anything". here's the crates you have availble: LS1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 and LSX. you also have 305(a bad copy of Ford's 302), 327, 350, 383 (350 stroked to 383), 427, 454, 572, 588, 632.
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I got my info from GMPP and a book called "how to swap a GM LS engine into almost anything". here's the crates you have availble: LS1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 and LSX. you also have 305(a bad copy of Ford's 302), 327, 350, 383 (350 stroked to 383), 427, 454, 572, 588, 632.
Oh man what that 305 a POS. lol

Twin turbo 5.0 would be nice. I wonder if they are going with direct injection with the 5.0.
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Positive. Shelby makes 2 versions, the GT500 and the GT500 Super Snake. Both are super charged but the GT500 is pushing 500 horses while the Super Snake is closer to 725. There is no super charger upgrade from Ford for the Raptor yet either
Oh ok. So they may be in the process of developing a supercharger for the raptor. Tell what do you think of the New 5.0 Coyote engine and the new Twin turboed Sho engine?
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I got my info from GMPP and a book called "how to swap a GM LS engine into almost anything". here's the crates you have availble: LS1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 and LSX. you also have 305(a bad copy of Ford's 302), 327, 350, 383 (350 stroked to 383), 427, 454, 572, 588, 632.
Why are you comparing Gen1 mouse motors and rat motors to gen3 small blocks??

305 is NOTHING like a 302 ford. Sorry...it's still a SBC gen1 based engine...you must be forgetting about the 302 z/28 huh? For Trans-Am racing?

Apples to oranges..
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