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Ford Performance 5.0L 4V DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine for Naturally Aspirated Applications

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AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Ford Performance 5.0L 4V DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine for Naturally Aspirated Applications. Please check out Mustang Crate Engines and Blocks for an updated selection.

Features & Details

  • 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine (302 cubic inches)
  • 11.0:1 high compression ratio (nominal)
  • 80mm "drive by wire" throttle-body
  • Mahle Hard Anodized forged pistons with Graphal low friction coating
  • Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP bolts
  • BOSS 5.0 connecting rod bearings
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. Built with all new parts this Ford Racing 5.0L 4V DOHC "Aluminator" crate engine has extreme duty high compression forged pistons with H-beam connecting rods and features a 11.0:1 compression ratio making it perfect for naturally aspirated high performance applications.

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. Assembled with Mahle hard anodized forged pistons with Graphal low friction coating, Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts and BOSS 5.0 connecting rod bearings, this Coyote engine includes manual flywheel with pilot bearing, large sump 8qt capacity oil pan, Ford Racing oil filter, colder heat range 0 spark plugs, Boss valve springs and Ford Racing engine cover kit.

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.

Required Upgrades. The Ford Racing 5.0L 4V Aluminator Crate Engine requires an Engine Control Pack and 5.0L 4V Alternator Kit for proper installation and operation.

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 fits 2011-2015 GT Mustangs. It can also be used in a resto-mod or custom car build.

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

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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What is the horse power and-torque of the 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine? What is the horse power and-torque of the 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine?


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  • Ford website says that the engine is rated at 412+ hp and 400 ft./lbs of torque. Because it depends on how you tune the engine and it has different internals than a standard 5.0.


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2007 GT 4.6 swap Hey guys, I have a 2007 GT with the 4.6 and I was wanting to know if there was a chance I could swap out the 4.6 with a 5.0 or a 5.4. Would engine mounts line up and would it be to difficult to do. The 4.6 only has 18,000 miles on it but I was wanting alot more horse power and bottom end torque without going to a supercharger. Or would the supercharger be the better option.


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  • Supercharger would be much easier because if you do a swap, you will need new harnesses, transmisson etc. Plus you could make it way faster than a 5.0


2012 Cyclone V6 swap What all along with this engine, control and alternator kit would i need to do an entire 5.0 swap in the 3.7 V6 cyclone?


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  • It would take up too much space to tell you everything you would need...including part numbers...find a reputable shop that would handle this application...then you can order everything you need at one time.....good luck..


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Are the rods forged? I see manley h beam rods as listed, but are they cast or forged? I do plan on adding a Kenne Bell blower at a later date, and I want the 11.0 compression. Also, will FRPP ever offer one of these motors with a stage 2 cam option?


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  • Yes


2005 gt Does this engine fit the stock mounts of the 05 gt Also does it work with the stock transmission?


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  • Yes, it will fit the stock motor mount locations. Not sure about the stock transmission, probably not. This engine will not simply 'drop' in your GT's engine bay. There is a significant amount of work involved with the swap. A better choice would be to just buy a 2011+ GT, if you can afford it.


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swap!! i have a 2002 mustang gt. i was looking to do a swap, but i am not sure with what to go with or what will fit?? also wondering about prices. i would love to do a 5.0 coyote swap!! but have been thinking about 5.4 swap from a lighting or termi. HELP! HELP! HELP!!!!


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  • In all honesty if you absolutely have to swap your engine you should do the Cobra Terminator swap. That should be direct bolt in and fit without too much trouble. I know there are full kits you can buy that give you everything from the engine to the gauges that cost around $10,000 The 5.4 swap would be difficult because it simply doesn't fit inside of the engine bay and fabrication would be costly. The Coyote conversion as of now is simply to expensive and difficult since so many things have to be done to it. Because you have to relocate the alternator and hook up a power steering pump and you have to change your pedal assembly and you have to get swap specific headers and oil pan etc.. etc.. It all ends up with a hefty price tag on top of an already $7,000 engine. If you have all that money burning a hole in your pocket by all means but for the average guy it's simply too expensive and time consuming. In all I think that the best bet would be to swap a Cobra engine; it is a proven engine that is full of power without all the hassle of a coyote swap.


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