Ford Racing Crate Engine 5.0L 4V Coyote 435HP Mustang

Ford Performance: M-6007-M50A
MSRP: $7875.00
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Ford Racing Crate Engine 5.0L 4V Coyote 435HP Mustang
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Product Description

Ford Racing 435 Horsepower 5.0L 4V Coyote Mustang Crate Engine.

This all-new, all-aluminum Ford Performance 2015-2016 5.0L Coyote crate engine is a modern 5.0L 32-Valve DOHC V8 that uses advanced features to deliver a whopping 435 HP @ 6500 RPM and 400 ft-lb.+ TQ @ 4250 RPM on premium fuel. This is achieved using features such as Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT) which allows the timing of the camshafts to adjust during different RPM intervals for optimum performance output.

This lightweight aluminum cylinder block features cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for bottom-end strength, optimized oil drainback and windage control to improve high-rpm performance. This Ford Performance Crate engine will also fit most newer and older Mustangs, even models going all the way back to 1965!

435HP 5.0L Crate Engine Specifications:
- High-Performance, 5.0-Liter Four-Valve Ti-VCT V8 Engine
- 435 Horsepower @ 6500 RPM / 400 ft-lbs of Torque @ 4250 RPM
- Displacement 302 Cubic Inches
- 11.0:1 Compression Ratio
- Hypereutectic Aluminum Pistons
- Forged Steel Connecting Rods
- Forged Steel Crankshaft
- Aluminum Block
- 8qt Capacity Oil Pan
- Tuned Composite Intake Manifold Provides Efficient Air Delivery and Weight Savings
- 80mm Single Bore "Drive By Wire" Throttle Body With Variable Runner Control
- Aluminum Cylinder Heads, DOHC, Four Valves Per Cylinder, Variable intake and Exhaust Camshaft Timing
- Mustang GT 409 Stainless-Steel Tubular Exhaust Manifold On The PASSENGER SIDE ONLY
- Includes Manual Transmission Engine Harness and Flywheel

Actual Engine weight: 444 lbs.

*A vehicle harness and PCM is not included. Use Ford Racing's new wiring, PCM and installation kit (M6017504V) designed for street rod or project car installation.
*Does not include an alternator, use Ford Racing's alternator kit (M8600M50BALT).
*Does not come with engine covers, use Ford Racing's 5.0L engine cover kit (M9680M50A).

Tech Tip: Engine mount bosses and bell housing mount pattern common to 4.6L modular engines.

By buying your Ford Racing parts from CJ Pony Parts, you know you're getting your Mustang parts from a reliable, reputable dealer, since CJ Pony Parts is a Top 10 Ford Racing Dealer and has been for the last 10 years. We believe that offering top quality products such as Ford Racing crate engines validates our commitment to helping our customers get the most pleasure and satisfaction from Mustang ownership.

Order a Ford Racing 435 Horsepower 5.0L 4V Coyote Mustang Crate Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Product Questions

Can this engine fit into a 2006 mustang base model?

Asked by: sloter21
This engine will physically fit but would require many modifications to the fuel system, electrical system cooling system and some suspension upgrades and a different transmission.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-05-20

I am looking at replacing the 4.6L 3v in a 2005 Mustang GT with manual transmission. How complicated would this swap be and what additional parts would I need to accomplish it, and would I have to do any heavy mods (cutting/welding/etc.) for it to work?

Asked by: Nicco
To install this engine in an 05 you would need to modify the coolant hoses change the fuel system to a return style. There would be some wiring involved. The factory instrument cluster would have to be changed to aftermarket gauges since they would no longer work with the control pack needed to run the engine. there wouldn't be much if any welding or fabrication involved.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-05-11

i am looking for a performance engine to replace a 4.6L in a 1997 ford F-150 4X4 project truck will this engine bolt to my trans or will more mods need done on that end ?

Asked by: lastcast
The parts needed to do the swap are to many to list here, the fuel system, cooling system, transmission and exhaust would all have to be modified or changed. You would need the ford racing engine control pack that would leave your instrument cluster inoperative along with other electrical systems that rely on the engine computer to body computer communication inoperative.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-05

I have have stock or unmodified engine bay in my 67 mustang with an expensive front suspension (previous owner installed). Can the coyote motor be installed in this car without modifying the shock towers?

Asked by: jim1111111111111
No.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-05

Can I fit the coyote engine into my 1972 Mustang? Is there a kit to allow it to be a bolt in along with the appropriate transmission?

Asked by: 429 CJ Mike
Yes it will fit, the parts needed to do the swap are to many to list here, the fuel system, cooling system, transmission and exhaust would all have to be modified or changed. You would need the ford racing engine control pack that would leave your instrument cluster inoperative along with other electrical systems that rely on the engine computer to body computer communication inoperative.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-05

What all would I need to put this in my 99 GT would and would it be to difficult 

Asked by: JComer83
The parts needed to do the swap are to many to list here, the fuel system, cooling system, transmission and exhaust would all have to be modified or changed. You would need the ford racing engine control pack that would leave your instrument cluster inoperative along with other electrical systems that rely on the engine computer to body computer communication inoperative.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-05

I'm looking at this engine for a replacement on a 2011 Mustang GT..and is it OK to put a Pro Charger on this engine?

Asked by: RickChicago
Absolutely, but I wouldn't push it past the 600-650rwhp range if you kept the internals stock.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-05

I have a Custom1967 F250 ford truck with a 390 FE 4 speed, how much conversion to place this 5.0 in it and what trans for it.

Asked by: Sniper3
That would be a totally custom job that would require extensive modification on that we have no knowledge of or the ability to help you in the process.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-05-06
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