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Ferrell Rooster
Ferrell Rooster

Mild 383 but with the flat top pistons, roller rockers and the 1 7/8 headers of course. Trying to drive the wild every day would be tough. The wear and tear on the trans alone would not last much less the rear end. Mild would not be much better but an easier DD i would think.

Michael Stitt Jensen
Michael Stitt Jensen

So, this may sound ignorant but only because I haven't read much about engines lately, Who builds the Coyote engine that you're talking about? I've always liked Chevy & never had any major problems with them. However, now-a-days it seems as though it comes down to personal preferences again as to whether you are getting a "good ride" or not. I really can't tell in quality anymore. It seems as though it really depends on if the vehicle was manufactured during the week vs the weekend is what is the determining factor as to whether it is going to run like a champ for years or run like a lemon from the get go.

Mitch Bird
Mitch Bird

Bow ties are for little boys real men drive fords

Roby Lorimer
Roby Lorimer

Travis Erwin that's the torque management, not the engine.

Zeek Seseika
Zeek Seseika

^^^if ya can afford wild then gas is a minor deal...jus sayin...

Patrick Janson
Patrick Janson

Wild alwayz........keep tha stock motor just.for smog...IF.....you cant get a hot smog

Trampas Ashton
Trampas Ashton

James Wagner it ain't hating if the math support it. lets take a new 6.2L Vette engine for example makes 450 hp out of 6.2L or 72.6 HP per L of engine. Now lets take the 2013 5.0L coyote engine rated at 420hp out of a 2013 Mustang it makes 85 HP per L of engine (the boss 302 made 444 hp out of 5.0L or 88.8 hp per L)and no pushrods mean a much higher redline ,some machine shops have made the Coyote scream past the 9200 rpm range already. It is time we stop waisting our efforts on useless GM engines .30 year out dated engine technology that is not free revving, and as for reliability I am a red seal certified journeyman automotive tech and I have by far repalced more GM engines and trans than any other domestic. GM went broke for a reason there products suck balls!! And not even 50billion dollars could save their pathetic asses! and as a side note all 3 top spots at this years Pro Engine Builders Challenge were won by FORD mod motors (fattest torque cure fattest power curve) and out of much smaller motors non the less. GM's answer to building power just keep adding size regardless how inefficient it is!

Corie Wright
Corie Wright

Loud enough to awake the neighbors at 7 in the morning.

Ferrell Rooster
Ferrell Rooster

I thought the Coyote engine is a Ford that comes in a Mustang.