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Ford Performance Coyote 5.0 4V 412HP Crate Engine

AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Ford Performance Coyote 5.0 4V 412HP Crate Engine. Please check out Mustang Crate Engines and Blocks for an updated selection.
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AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Ford Performance Coyote 5.0 4V 412HP Crate Engine. Please check out Mustang Crate Engines and Blocks for an updated selection.

Features & Details

  • 5.0L 32-valve DOHC "Coyote" crate engine
  • 11.0:1 compression ratio
  • 412 horsepower @ 6500 rpm
  • 390 ft-lb of torque @ 4250 rpm
  • 80mm "drive by wire" throttle-body
  • Lightweight Aluminum Block
Power Of The "Coyote". Now you can add the power of the "Coyote" to your very own custom Mustang build with a brand new Ford Racing crate engine. Ford Racing's brand new all-aluminum Coyote crate engine is a modern 5.0L 32-valve DOHC V-8 that features Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT) to deliver over 412 horsepower @ 6500 rpm and 390 ft-lb of torque @ 4250 rpm (with premium fuel).

Built Ford Tough. This Ford Racing crate engine is built from a lightweight aluminum cylinder block that features cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for bottom-end strength. Includes manual transmission engine harness and flywheel.

High Revving Efficient Power. An 80 mm single bore "drive by wire" throttle body in combination with a tuned composite intake manifold provides efficient air delivery and weight savings. The four-valve-per-cylinder aluminum heads with roller-finger followers reduce friction while piston-cooling jets, optimized oil drain-back and windage control improving high-rpm performance.

2 Year/24,000 Mile Warranty. This crate engine carries Ford Racing's 2 year - 24,000 mile Warranty from the date of purchase for replacement or repair only.

Application. This 5.0L 32V DOHC Coyote Engine is a direct fit replacement for 2011 Mustangs with engine code BG-397-AA. Can also be used in a resto-mod or a custom car build.

Technical Note. Does not include vehicle harness, PCM, alternator or engine cover kit.

NOTE: Ships Continental 48 States ONLY. No Canada, APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam or Us Virgin Islands.

If shipping to a business, please include the business name. Also, after your order is placed, be prepared to let us know if you will need a Lift-Gate service. You will be contacted via email before your order ships.

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5/5
02 coyote project

Bought this over the phone with AM, staff was professional and knowledgable as well as quick with tips for my project. Ordered it on the 23rd got it on the 31st, would of gotten it a day earlier but it ...

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5/5
5.0 Coyote

Replaced my old motor with this brand new Coyote. Part number was a direct replacement motor for a 12 GT. Ford dealership charged 1400 to remove and replace my old motor. Shipped direct to the dealership ...

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2008 Mustang GT Bullitt I have been on the AM site looking into engine modifciations for my Bullitt. Under consideration is everything from the Edlebrock EForce SC to the Ford Racing kit that includes heads, TB, cams, intake manifold and longtube headers. My question is what is your best estimate for a complete engine replacement and fitment including any additional parts (harness, ECM, tune, etc) necessary to make this Coyote work in my 2008? Thanks

KenQ

  • Honestly you're looking at the better part of $20k man really. The engine and supercharger alone should put you between $12-14k alone, you might be able to get this done for near $18k, but that really depends on how fruggle you are where you shop around and how much of the labor you do yourself.

    DarkstarDSE

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Will This Fit in a 2010 v6 body? I'm sure it will cost a little money for it to fit but hypothetically how much would it cost? Also because my Mustang is a v6 automatic would i need a new transmission to keep it automatic? Or would it be cheaper to convert to manual? Also when purchasing upgrades i should get what year GT parts? 2013? 2012?

PoneyBoyOrMustangMan

  • A crate coyote engine runs about $6000-7000 alone A transmission that will work with it run another $2000 Obviously it won't just drop in, so you need some custom fabrication, and the labor for the install, well call that $1000, but it'll probably be more, possibly a lot more. You need a new driveshaft, $600 You need a new radiator, $400 You need a new exhaust $500 You'll need to replace 7.5 inch axle in your V6, a new 8.8 inch axle will run about $1200. Probably not at all cost effective.

    mustangcobras

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Will this engine fit? I have a 1966 289 ford mustang coupe. And I was looking at upgrading to the coyote engine. Would this work for my car?

Cleffel1987

  • If you are ready to take on a job,and have the means to mod,yes it will fit.I once put a 454 in a 1966 VW bug.

    LeadFoot101

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Fit in a 1999 V6? Will this engine fit inside a 99 V6 mustang, and will I have to buy new suspension for it as well?

TylerGoreGT

  • Yes it will fit and yes you will need to buy new suspension as this motor is heavier than a V6 motor. Plus new transmission and rear-end. Oh and add exahust and all the little things too.

    AutoXRacer

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2007 v6 Will this fit in a 2007 v6 if so what all would I need to get to make it work

Matthews2013

  • You are opening a pandora's box as far as what may be needed! Engine mounts would be the start, then you have to consider the accosories, alternator, power stering pump, a/c compressor, and any other options and the mounts needed. Also the exuast will have to accept the mod.(You didn't say if it this is to be on road alot), the emissions may have to be up-graded with sensors. Lastly you will have to check the electric aspect,(of course the computer engine conrol), and any other wiring needed. Then it all has to be shoe-horned in, making sure there's enough clearance for eveything to operate. I am just telling the worst case senerio, but that's something to think about! GOOD LUCK! If you get it done, send a pic to AM, I'd love to see it!

    Jaayee2

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Can i drop A 5.0L engine in my 2012 V6? And what modifications would i need to make?

Joe95

  • Yes, you can do it, but it requires replacement of the transmission (and associated parts), cooling system, driveshaft, and many electrical items dealing with drivetrain and engine management. Expect to spend as much as $14k (counting this engine) to complete the swap. I posted a thread in TheMustangSource forum about this very subject (search for "V6 to Coyote"), and that thread contains an extensive (but not exhaustive) list of the things I *think* I need to get in order to properly swap a Coyote into my 2012 V6.

    FIAcoupe

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Overall Rating 5.0

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Weekend

Installation Cost:$1000+

  • Performance Gain 5 5
  • Fit 5 5



  • 5/5

    February 01, 2012

    02 coyote project

    Bought this over the phone with AM, staff was professional and knowledgable as well as quick with tips for my project. Ordered it on the 23rd got it on the 31st, would of gotten it a day earlier but it happens. Can't wait to get the rest of my parts and have it put in. Just wish AM had the headers for my 99-04 swap

    NLaw

    Year: 2002 Submodel: GT TX

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $1000+

    August 21, 2015

    5.0 Coyote

    Replaced my old motor with this brand new Coyote. Part number was a direct replacement motor for a 12 GT. Ford dealership charged 1400 to remove and replace my old motor. Shipped direct to the dealership and was well packed. American Muscle price matched another website after verifying the price. Guaranteed lowest price anywhere. Thanks AM. I am back on the road

    Kris25

    Year: 2012 Submodel: GT Sahuarita AZ

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    December 07, 2011

    awesome

    great product at a great price and free shipping to boot.

    harrison2006

    Year: Pre-79 Submodel: Cobra vancouver

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