Ford performance video: How Ford Hand Builds 5.0L V8 Coyote Crate Engines

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    Really cool video.

     
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    I Wonder if we can add the balance tubes on our cars.
     
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    Thanks for sharing- glad my fellow Mustang brethren are enjoying it!
     
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    When do they add the tick and rattle?
     
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    My question is, why isn't Ford selling Mustangs with these engines to the public as production cars?
     
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    It'd be nice if Ford would finally put those billet oil pump gear sets in the standard Coyotes. Just sayin'.
     
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    Because hand building 20,000 engines a year is not profitable to them unless they increase the price of the car...and the Mustang is already pretty pricey once you add any option to a GT.
     
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    9.5:1 compression ... unboosted need not apply.
     
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    Because not everyone needs a built motor capable of 1000+hp. But mainly cost.

    Agreed but again, the standard OPGs are adequate for 95% of Mustangs built. Also see above- cost.

    They also build em in 11:1.
     
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