What is the expected 1/4 mile time on a coyote mn12?
He has similar mods (long tubes, CAI, TB) to this engine so I'm guessing 410HP at the wheels.What is the expected 1/4 mile time on a coyote mn12?
Ford Racing has a control kit for the 11-14 and 15-17 engines, for manual and the 6R80 now. Power By the Hour makes a 6R80 control kit, which is the one im using. There are a couple more but I don't know off the top of my head right now. Good luck!Is this a kit that will make the coyote swap easier....i am dropping a 2016 coyote into my 95 tbird
there is no kit. too few birds with owners to care for any company.
ox, have you figured out how to command shifts faster on the new trans? if i'm not mistaken my 2014 f150 ha
I'm not doing any tuning right now. Its all in the hands of Lund Racing. I should be driving it very soon.
This set up should put down 550 at the wheels. Next year I'm hoping for low 11s. Maybe a high 10.What is the expected 1/4 mile time on a coyote mn12?
I've been working with Lund Racing the past couple weeks on the tune. Going very slow. Should be doing some light driving this week or next. Need to have the exhaust done, trying to schedule that in is a *****. Button up the interior and put the hood back on.
Might not finish this year, if I do I won't be racing or WOT around town. Hope to at least make it to a couple car shows. Looking to have things done Spring 2018 with the roll cage and body/paint.
I just got promoted in the military to E6 and deploying to the sand box next month. So not hearing from me until next year unless you're on the Tccoa Facebook group.
Damn Josh, I'm speechless! Seats look great!
:zwthstpd: Looking good Josh, great job! :thumbsup:
Damn, seats look great, as do the wheels.
Looks great man. Nice work with the photos.
Nice work Josh. She has a great stance. I'd love to see it in person. Thanks for sharing
do you have a mark 8 rear seat?
Thanks guys, this was a long time coming. Never really got to enjoy the car when it had the SVO or Tork Tech kit when the motor was NPI and than a built PI motor. This would be the first time in 5-6 years I've actually got to enjoy this car, last year NA Coyote and now.That looks awesome! Really shows off in what you've done.
Not sure on the ratio, but it's almost 4 turns lock to lock. This is a manual rack, made by Kaufman Products near Chicago. Not sure if they have any left, but they are made for MN12 FN10 cars with a thread started on SCCoA by Pro Street Rich. I've had really bad luck with power steering racks on this car. I've tried re-man racks from almost all the auto parts stores, rockauto and the last was Dr. Rack. The pump was original and the replacement was a re-man motorcraft. All the fittings and hoses were Gates or something of good quality. Always had leaks and whiny racks. Finally, just bought this manual rack and it's not as bad as people say in low speed turns. I have pretty good arm strength so I can handle it. I like it, works for me. My plan is, when I'm older and arthritic to make a custom 11-14 Mustang electric rack to fit our cars. My engine control kit already has the power plug in for it. But right now I'm happy with it.I missed the part on the manual rack, did you convert to a different ratio, or are you just running no power steering?