• Mustang Coyote coming in 2010

2010 Ford Mustang
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After more than a decade of disappearing from Ford vehicles across the country, the famed 5.0 Liter V8 is making a comeback. The new V8 will replace the company’s 4.6 Liter modular motor by shoehorning the "Coyote" into the 2011 Mustang GT, and later on into the 2011 Ford F-150.

The Coyote engine will feature a four-valve per cylinder layout and will have the same fuel economy ratings to Ford’s current 5.4 Liter V8. The new engine should develop around 400 HP and 400 lb-ft of torque when it is finally placed under the hood of America’s favorite pony car.


Source: Left Lane News

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  (1022) posted on 05.27.2009

Thats more like it! More valves, higher redline and more power. The torque should be around 370lb-ft.

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