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5.0 C0yote swap in a 89 Hatchback

Discussion in '5.0L Coyote Engine Swap' started by CabernetFox, May 24, 2014.

  1. egbertnr

    egbertnr Member

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    I love the Florida 50 stuff. I will be using their setup in my 86 dash. Should look very racecar. I'm excited for you..lol

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  2. CabernetFox

    CabernetFox Ihatewheelhop Donator

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    Well, it's all back together. Only have 200 miles on it. Can't wait to put my foot in it! Half throttle is still impressive. I did end up having to put on a speed dial to keep it from dying at stop signs.
    Ford told me it wouldn't need it. Doesn't anyone tell the truth anymore? Here is how it turned out.

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  3. Moshreg

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    Nice built.
     
  4. 87_notchfox

    87_notchfox justr another notch among the rest... Donator

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    Impressive.
     
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    347stang New Member

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    would you share your wiring diagram ?
     
  8. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    Welcome to the site. You'll be able to see a ton of wiring stuff once you get a few posts. Until then, tell us about yourself and your ride.
     

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