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Mustang Coyote Swap Ford Racing control pack and fuel system install

Want a Coyote Swap for your Mustang? Read more here: http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/products/Mustang-Coyote-Swap-Project If you are following along with our Mustang Coyote Swap project in the LatemodelRestoration.com SN-95 race car - you are in luck. Today is the second part of the swap. If you missed the introduction it can be seen here - http://youtu.be/E1WKmm_6Cj4 . The first major component to doing a Ford 5.0 Coyote swap into any vehicle is to figure out how you want to route the Ford Racing Control Pack ( M-6017-A504V ) in the engine bay. Because we know there are so many different ways for this to be done we just wanted to highlight how we ran ours. Some people may want to hide wiring or locate ECU and data link connection in other places. With our Mustang we decided that having easy access to it all in the engine bay is best seeing this is a race car. Next we addressed the fuel system modifications needed before we install the motor. Also while we were running the control pack wiring we decided we would go ahead and mount the drive by wire pedal assymbly using the SVE pedal bracket ( SVE-9729PB ). Stay tuned for the next update - its a big one! Installing the 5.0L Coyote engine into the Mustang!! 2011-14 MUSTANG FORD RACING 5.0L CRATE ENGINE CONTROL PACK M-6017-A504V http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/M6017A504V/2011-Mustang-Ford-Racing-50L-Crate-Engine-Controls-Pack 1979-04 MUSTANG COYOTE SWAP PEDAL BRACKET SVE-9729PB http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/SVE-9729PB/1979-04-Mustang-Coyote-Swap-Pedal-Bracket

Jarrod@latemodel, Apr 22, 2013