What’s happening with the donor car? And where are you keeping that?
Uhh and another thing...I wouldn’t consider transferring the sentiment.
I know that the window sticker pic wasn’t your idea, but whenever somebody has it so bad to stay Ford in Ford that they can justify spending an assload more money to stay that way.....Kinda makes the “LS swap is cheaper” thing all that more true.
Cause say what you will,..when comparing how much it costs to put an LS 3 into ANY car vs a Coyote/6 speed..LS is gonna win that one, you can document that argument from personal experience.
So can I.
And that will be totally up to the OP to say....What does it actually cost to put a used Coyote/6 speed in another car?Dang man that’s nuts, sucks you had so much issues figuring out the KB etc. but this is an awesome swap. What did it set you back for this donor car.
Most likely. Getting the donor car that was already Coyote swapped was a smart move. All the extra supporting bits (control pack, headers, transmission, k-member, pedal bracket, etc.) are already included and he can recoup quite a bit from parting out the other car. It's a win-win.FRPP Control Pack powers it right?
Never said I would cut the brackets it is not an option.Dont cut the brackets it can go in from the bottom. I did mine from the bottom with headers trans and k member attached. the trick was having the car jacked up high. Slide the motor under and lower the car slowly on each side. This required 2 jacks. I had one side of the car lower the the other at times as i worked the motor in slowly. It was a tedious process but i had the motor in withing 10 minutes. I just looked through my pictures and i had the motor on a Barrel dolly and rolled it under and had the car lifted up high and slid it under. Not so sure if i have pics of how i did mine but here is a link to my build.
Hey what's up everybody. I'm going to start my build thread finally although I have had the car for about 6 years. And have been playing with her for a long time I have done countless mods. I will start the build thread off with where I am with it right now. My car was originally a 89 4cyl 5spd...www.stangnet.com