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Ford Performance 5.0L 4V Aluminum Engine Block - 2013 Production Block

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  • MPN# M-6010-M504V

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    Features & Details

    • Coyote 5.0L Block (302 Cubic Inches)
    • Low Pressure Cast 319 Aluminum
    • 92.2 Mm Bore Size
    • Thicker Main Webs for Added Strength
    • Cross-Bolted Nodular Iron Main Bearing Caps
    • Pressed in Iron Cylinder Sleeve, is Not Machined for Piston Oil Squirters
    • Ford Racing Part# M-6010-M504V
    • 2013-2014 5.0L Production Block
    Coyote 5.0L. Now you can build a Coyote engine to your own needs and specifications with this Ford Racing 5.0L Engine Block as your starting point. This the same exact production aluminum block that is found in the 2013-2014 5.0L GT Mustangs.

    Features. Low pressure cast from 319 aluminum this Ford Racing 5.0L Coyote block features a 92.2 bore and cross-bolted nodular iron main bearing caps with thicker main webs for added strength. The head bolt size is increased to 11mm, so the use of this block on a 2011-2012 Mustang will require new head bolts. Pressed in iron cylinder wall liners eliminate the machined piston oil squirters found on the 2011-2012 production block. This block includes blockoff plugs and dowels.

    Application. This Ford Racing 5.0L 4V Engine Block is designed to be a direct replacement for the stock 5.0L production block found in the 2013-2014 Coyote GT Mustangs.

    Technical Note. This is a bare block, no internals are included. This block does not have a finished milled head deck or cylinder bores. Your engine builder will need to mill the deck and finish bore, then hone each bore specifically for the combination being installed.

    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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    Questions & Answers (19)

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    Can you get a 351 Cleveland Engine block for a 1973 Mustang Grande?

    • Unfortunately the engines we list are the only ones we offer. We would be unable to source the engine you require.

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    Would this fit in a 2012 V6 pony pack? And if so is this the full engine or would I have to buy more parts?

    • The Ford Performance 5.0L 4V Aluminum Engine Block will require significant modifications to work in a 2012 Mustang V6. This will also not be a complete engine, and will be just the block, requiring all other engine components.

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    Will this fit in my 2001 gt? If so what else will need to be changed in terms of other stock parts from old engine or is this direct fitment

    • The Ford Performance 5.0L 4V Aluminum Engine Block is based on a 2013 5.0L block and will require significant modifications and extra parts. No existing components from your engine will work with this block, so you will require a new crank, rods, pistons, cams heads intake and the rest of the complete engine, in addition to a new wiring harness, front engine accessories, PCM, transmission, and numerous additional components

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    Have a 2005 mustang v8Gt with automatic transmission. Can I use the transmission with this glock? And what parts would i need to complete this build. Need a new engine asap

    • The transmission from your 2008 Mustang would physically fit the Ford Performance 5.0L 4V Aluminum Engine Block, however it would not be well suited to handling the power this block is designed to make as a completed engine. This will be a bare block, so a complete rotating assembly (Pistons, Connecting Rods, and Crankshaft) would be required, as well as timing chains, cylinder heads, cams, valvetrain and intake, as well as timing covers, all hardware and engine accessories (alternator, water pump, etc) This block does not have a finished milled head deck or cylinder bores. Your engine builder will need to mill the deck and finish bore, then hone each bore specifically for the combination being installed.

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    Would I be able to use the stock heads and other components off a 2011 gt for the 2013 block?

    • Absolutely, All of the coyote variant heads are compatible!

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    Does anyone know what kind of power would be generally safe with full forged internals, and other extra strong components throughout the drive system? With the block being the only weakpoint? 1 answer
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    Customer Reviews (2) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 5

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    Installation Time:Shop Install

    Installation Cost:$500-$1000

    • Performance Gain 5 5
    • Fit 5 5



    • 5/5

      September 09, 2018

      Great buy

      The block was Very light , easy to assemble . Was a Great buy

      DulceP

      Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $500-$1000

      March 10, 2013

      This is a great block

      This is a great stock replacement or a good way to start an insane build for your car. I used the boss 302r rotating assembly in this block. No machine work was needed besides the normal honing

      kodchad

      Year: 2013 Submodel: GT El Paso, TX, USA

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