If you want to coyote swap your F100, Bronco, or other classic truck, the first question that comes to mind is most likely... where do I find the engine I need? Jason covers the ways he gets them for all the trucks at Fat Fender
Our Coyote IMRC delete kit is an inexpensive way to perform an IMRC delete on your Ford Coyote engine at home. The product allows you to remove vacuum pods and pin the intake manifold doors up to tap into the maximum performance of your Coyote.
Ever wondered how expensive a Coyote swap is? Take a look at this 1977 Ford Ranger XLT coyote we did for a client. Here at Fat Fender, we call it Charlie Brown. Watch for a ride along where Jason explains the specs of the truck
Take a look with us at what a Ford Coyote 5.0 engine can do for you! Jason explains the process of Coyote swapping our 1971 Ford F100 and the benefits from that project. Products used for this build 67-72 F100 Coyote Swap Mount Kit 67-72