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

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

Features & Details

  • 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine (302 cubic inches)
  • 9.5:1 low compression ratio (nominal)
  • Perfect for Supercharged Applications
  • Built with all New Parts
  • Mahle Hard Anodized forged pistons with Graphal low friction coating
  • Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP bolts
Supercharge It! Built with all new parts, this Ford Racing 5.0L 4V DOHC "Aluminator" crate engine is built with low compression forged pistons with H-beam connecting rods and features a 9.5:1 compression ratio making it perfect for forced inducted 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 and Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP bolts, this Coyote engine includes manual transmission engine harness, flywheel, large sump 8qt capacity oil pan, Ford Racing oil filter, colder heat range 0 spark plugs and machined front cover for the Ford Racing Supercharger FEAD system.

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. Can also be used in a resto-mod or custom car build.

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

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Plenum Cover Does this package include the plenum cover kit shown in the picture? I wasn't sure since it's in the picture but grouped separetly in the same ad.


  • Unfortunately, this does not come with the engine cover kit.


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what would i need to drop this in a 68' ?


  • Motor mounts, an acceptable transmission that works with this engine setup, I'd recommend long tube headers, shorty mid pipe, any of the v8 5.0L catback exhaust systems, likely a new radiator, cause the one from '68 won't be sufficient for this engine. Along with this you're gonna have to switch it over to EFI, so basically an entire fuel system and computer as well. Expect to spend at least double the engine costs on the remainder of the parts you'll need to install and turn this engine over in your '68


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Would this require a new transmission? I have a 2005 GT with a stock Automatic transmission. I'm pretty sure a rebuild on the transmission will be needed, but will I need to change to a totally different transmission to us this engine?


  • You should be fine temporarily running a stock 05 tranny could cause damage eventually a rebuild as well would fit the motor


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Will this fit an 03 cobra.? Will it be a simple engine swap. Will I have to change my transmission.


  • Putting the new 5.0 in the 99-04 mustangs is no easy task and will cost more money than you would be willing to spend. I have seen it done, but no one makes an install kit for it yet. You will easily spend $10,000 on top of buying the motor on brackets for all your accessory drives, engine fitment, and ECU. I was planning the same thing and decided to just put my engine build money and 2002 GT towards a 2013 GT. But if you are still willing to try, you can follow 99gt302 at Mustang forums to see if the build is worth it to you. Here is a link:


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Will this motor fit in a 87-93 foxbody? Will this motor fit an 87-93 foxbody? And what will I need any help?? Thanks


  • It will fit, but you'll need everything from motor mounts and a new ECU, to a new transmission. If you're not making a track car, you're better off buying a newer GT/GT500 from a dealer. You're gonna spend $20,000 and up before you're finished installing that engine into any mustang pre 2005


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Will this fit my 2006 V6? I currently have a 2006 Mustang V6 right now but I am planning on doing an engine swap before summer(5th annual American Muscle Show) With a new transmission and some other modifications, will this fit in my engine bay?


  • Go to a dealer and trade your mustang on a 2011+ GT or GT500. You're going to spend more money trying to install this than it's worth unless you're going to make this into a track car. It will fit your engine bay with some modification, but why spend upwards of $25,000 to install a new engine when you could spend that money on a newer car, not void a warranty, and have the same engine already in it?


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Overall Rating 5.0

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Installation Time:Shop Install

Installation Cost:$1000+

  • Performance Gain 5 5
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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $1000+

    August 14, 2013

    9.5:1 Aluminator Motor

    This is a complete drop in motor. It even comes with exhaust manifolds and a flywheel, and intake cover, among may other upgrades. I purchased this motor to being my turbo project. I installed a clutch on my aluminator, and dropped this motor in place of my stock motor. Its a direct fit no problems. There are plenty of people running this motor on E85 and decent boost levels putting down 1,000 to the wheels. if you are looking to have a shop install your motor for you, expect a 20 hour job to have it installed. Your shop hourly rate will vary, but figure around $90-110 per hour.


    Year: 2011 Submodel: GT pa

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