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Old 08-25-2013, 02:51 PM   #1
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Got to watch the last 5 min. of the show. Looks like they put a all out race factory sealed Coyoty motor in a early fox platform and run it on the dyno. Correct me of I saw the numbers wrong. Did it only make 360 something HP at the real wheels. I wish I could have seen the entire show and seen the problems they had if any.
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Old 08-25-2013, 03:24 PM   #2
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It is a factory sealed stock engine that you would get if you ordered a new mustang .

It put out 369 hp through a loose converter. (enough to go 10.50's @ 125mph in a race car)

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Old 08-25-2013, 04:31 PM   #3
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What is the weight of the race car if it only take 369RWHP to go 10.50 at 125mph? My observation and experance with that kind of HP and a 28-3000lb S/S vehical with slick or DRs is a high 11 low 12sec pass. (ON VERY GOOD AIR)

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Old 08-25-2013, 04:55 PM   #4
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I think the rules state 3150 with driver
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Old 08-25-2013, 05:00 PM   #5
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Just over on the GL site and was punching numbers in their show and tell formula. Kind of shows you what to expect for a combination of rwhp and vehical weight.

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Old 08-25-2013, 08:30 PM   #6
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You have to remember it's thru and auto. If it was a stick I'm sure power would have been closer to 400. Plus that motor has RPM on it's side. We just dynoed a stock 2013 BOSS and it put down 369 also but it held the power all the way to 7500.

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While that was a good show, it is actually outdated already in the Coyote Stock world...that car was switched to a manual by Joliet I think. The auto cars were minimum 2 tenths slower at best...I think there were 4 to begin with and there may be two left, but now they are even farther off the mark.

That class is going to be crazy next year, lots and lots of new cars entering it every race.
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:12 AM   #8
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My observation and experance with that kind of HP and a 28-3000lb S/S vehical with slick or DRs is a high 11 low 12sec pass. (ON VERY GOOD AIR)
Sounds about right for someone of your level of experience/vehicle build level....

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It put out 369 hp through a loose converter. (enough to go 10.50's @ 125mph in a race car)


Ralph you make this to easy. If you want to do the chevy vs ford thing, why be all 'tongue in cheek' about it. Come right out with it. Here I'll start..

The coyote is a 400+hp 400Lbs package that can live at 7500rpm under constant g load unlike any factory wet sump chevy small or big block ever produced and not run the GD bearings out of it. It also makes almost a 100hp more then a "comparable" 5.3L LS
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If you go back and read the original question I asked if the factory stock class sealed coyote motor only made 369 rwhp on the dyno. Later dynotune brought up that it is indeed the correct rwhp from these motors. Not sure what the price of one of these motors (Some one must have the numbers handy) would be, but I am sure that if it is a very short limited run of special built motors for only one vehicle and a special class there not cheap. The circle track boys have been running factory sealed crates for many years. Both Gm and Ford have them and I think Mopar also has some. I have a great idea for a new class. Take the big three and have a sealed crate motor class. Door cars or trucks only with a 3150lb. weight of the vehicle and driver and heads up racing. You could buy a ford sealed coyote, GM could put something together with one of the old Gen 1 or LS based motors and Mopar could do something with their hemis. This would be something like what the factory race cars are doing now only on a very tight budget. It would be kind of like the old days of factory super stock racing. Win on sunday buy on Monday.
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The coyote is a 400+hp 400Lbs package that can live at 7500rpm under constant g load unlike any factory wet sump chevy small or big block ever produced and not run the GD bearings out of it. It also makes almost a 100hp more then a "comparable" 5.3L LS
LOL the LS6 makes very similar numbers (405hp/405lbs), the only difference is that the LS6 has been around for 10+ years now and is 5k cheaper then a coyote motor. Seems like ford is only playing catch up.

What about a ford vs chevy thread???
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