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Next one is the supercharged one. We have some nice modifications we will be doing on it.
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I like the sound of that
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would this engine fit in the 1965 engine bay with the rod and custom suspension conversion and the shock towers removed?
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post #124 of 133 Old September 25th, 2013, 05:16 PM
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Yes. But it's tight.

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would this engine fit in the 1965 engine bay with the rod and custom suspension conversion and the shock towers removed?
Go with the detroit speed system. It is more expensive up front, but will save you money in the long run, plus add MORE value to your car over the other systems.
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they make suspension conversions?
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Go with the detroit speed system. It is more expensive up front, but will save you money in the long run, plus add MORE value to your car over the other systems.
Have you seen a DSE with a coyote yet? I'm not trying to knock your advice, I'm just curious. Because TCI told you it could be done, and you know how that turned out. If you personally know someone who did a DSE and it was easy, then that is great. Otherwise RC Motorsports is a pretty proven swap.

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Yes, Detroit speed has done a few at their shop and I have seen a few threads where individuals have installed coyotes into their 65-66 models with the DSE systems. Look at their webpage.

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Oh and they have actual installation and build photos, not a photoshopped coyote motor sitting in their front suspension unit like TCI.
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I think DSE make a decent set up, but for the thousands more you will spend on it, I don't think it would increase the value of your car over the Rod and Custom set up.
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Coyote DSE Swap

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I'm surprised they were able to get a brake booster in there.
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Parts For 68 Fastback Coyote Swap

Hello Mustangs To Fear, I've recently checked out your online catalog and I'm wondering if you have all of the parts needed to do a 5.0 liter Coyote swap in a 68 Mustang Fastback? I want to fit power brakes and steering and want to use turnkeys road runner serpentine system (link at bottom), Ford Racing 5.0L 4-Valve Modular Crate Engine Control Pack, a vintage air air con system, a 5.0 coyote engine (of course), a jlt cold air intake, your custom radiator, and if you can can you give me a part list of anything else I'm missing that would be awesome. I'm actually seriously considering (don't laugh) using bbk headers and x pipe with cats and hooking that up to a shorter modified borla atak system for a 15 mustang. Would that work? I'm prepared to modify the trio of parts (headers, x pipe with cats, and borla cat back system) to fit the car and to fit together. I'm planning to use Mustang II Heidts suspension with ride tech shockwaves. Do you recommend another manufacturer like Rod & Customs. I've looked at their products but I don't believe that you can use ridetech's shockwaves with them. I'd like to use shockwaves because I want air suspension. Any advice, recommendations, ect. you can give me would be awesome.

actually i'll give you link in my next post which i'll post right after this one because this is my first one and I can't

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Link: Road Runner Serpentine Kit
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MTF actually makes their own subframe with suspension, which makes the swap a breeze. They also have a full exhaust system including headers. You should probably check out their forum, you can see build threads of all their new parts for coyote swaps.

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