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

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Ford Performance: M-6007-M50A
MSRP: $7,875.00
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Ford Performance Crate Engine 5.0L 4V Coyote 435HP Mustang
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Ford Performance 435 Horsepower 5.0L 4V Coyote Mustang Crate Engine.

This all-new, all-aluminum Ford Performance 2015-2017 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 Performance's new wiring, PCM and installation kit (M6017504V) designed for street rod or project car installation.
*Does not include an alternator, use Ford Performance's alternator kit (M8600M50BALT).
*Does not come with engine covers, use Ford Performance'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 Performance (formerly 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 Performance Dealer and has been for the last 10 years. We believe that offering top quality products such as Ford Performance crate engines validates our commitment to helping our customers get the most pleasure and satisfaction from Mustang ownership.

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

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I have recently bought a 67 Mustang Coupe and trying to bring it thebthe 21st century. It's a blank canvas. Can this fit, and what parts will I need to make this an automatic. Is it possible to give me a list of parts, and price estimate. 

Asked by: Entonyous
Yes this will work in your '67, we put one in our '65. Check out our Project 50/30 to see some of the install and what all was necessary. I recommend checking out this transmission, P/N: TRANS44. But you will need several part to make it all work along with a little fabrication.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-12-08

Hi I have a 2015 eco-boost with the performance pack. I wanted to know if its possible to swap this engine in? Is possible what else would i need to change. Mine is manual btw.

Asked by: Devinehokage
Of course it is possible, but the list of parts will be incredibly extensive. There has been a few people that have done the swap. If you search on the forums you will find what all is needed to make this happen. If and when you choose to do it, we will be here to supply you the engine. Good Luck!
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-11-18

Hi i have a 2012 mustang gt manual. My sister just crashed her 2015 gt ..can i use her ecu pcm ext..wirings and her alternator if i buy the 2015 gt engine?

Asked by: marlon5oh
I don't believe the 2015 computer and wiring would be compatible with a 2012.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-12-07

Will this fit in my 2004 Mustang? It currently has the V6 and I cant source a supercharger so maybe this is an option?

Asked by: Grant71
I'm thinking of doing that same thing.. let me know how it goes bro... its going to a lot of work because you'll have to change everything... the only things you can pretty much keep it the fame and the body... 
Answered by: souc
Date published: 2016-10-30

I am looking at a 1990 notch back with a 4cyl. Does this engine fit the 89-93 fox body cars? 

Asked by: mtcagle75
With the correct k-member like these,, This would get the engine mounted in the car, there would be many other parts that would be needed or need to be fabricated since this would be a custom install.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-20

Would this work in a 2000 v6 mustang?

Asked by: Rk22
Although it would physically fit, the transmission, fuel system, cooling system, and electrical system just to name a few things that would have to be modified or replaced for this engine to work.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-12

I have a 1965 Mustang Convertible, 289, C4 transmission, classic air a/c, what components would I have to change to install this motor, will the transmission work or do I have to change it, will I have to install electric fuel pump, what about a computer

Asked by: Dennis PG
The transmission will not work, the a/c compressor and lines would have to be changed, you would need a complete fuel system with an electric pump. The transmission tunnel would have to be modified. You would need to change the front suspension and crossmember to a rod and custom type front suspension. There are many modifications and fabrication that would need to be done to do a coyote swap, to many to list here.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-11

Will this engine fit the bell housing on an aode transmission in my 1995 mustang gt?

Asked by: mustanggee
No it will not.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-07
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