Ford Mustangs have been notoriously recognized and renowned for their style, power, and performance throughout the years. Even though this is a common association, most Mustang owners can agree that not all Mustangs can be compared to, for instance, the Shelby GT. The 1967 Shelby GT500 came with a 7.0L V8 engine whereas the 1994 Mustang came with a 3.8L V6 engine. Knowing the difference between the two models (or experiencing it yourself), it’s easy to see why some Mustang owners want more power.
For this reason, owners of Fox Body Mustangs have readily chosen a coyote engine swap time and again due to the significant increase in horsepower and torque.
Coyote Swap Engine Parts
Similar to most other engine swaps, the coyote engine swap is completely customizable and it is important to know what parts you may require in order to achieve your goals. These may include the following components:
- Exhaust Pipes
- Coil Over Kits
- Steering Racks
- Motor Mounts
- Pedal Brackets