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Discussion in 'Coyote Series Engines' started by isonews, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. isonews

    isonews Member Established Member

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    guys can you help me identify what motor this is? is it a 4.6? or a coyote 5.0?

    what heads are they? thanks for the help.
     

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    2012 Boss 302 Member Established Member

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    My guess is a 4.6 DOHC. Definitely not a Coyote. Don't know if it's a Terminator
     
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    96redcobra Member Established Member

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    Definitely a 4.6, not Terminator as they used an iron block. Looks to be a wap block
     
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    Eatonualive281 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Looks like a 3v windage tray. It might be a 3v aluminum block. Def not a teksid tho. Not sure on heads. If I had to guess it's a terminator motor with a 3v aluminum block.
     
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    96redcobra Member Established Member

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    The webbing looks like 3v block now that I Google it. But clearly looks like C heads
     
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    Eatonualive281 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    3v aluminator blocks also have diamonds
     
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  10. Eatonualive281

    Eatonualive281 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Well the heads might be but the aluminator blocks were used in the 3v longblocks from ford. In fact, most guys going with an aluminum block will go get a 3v block over a teksid. They are easier to find. They are an aluminator block. And they are easier to find. You can also argue they are also stronger than a teksid.

    I'm not trying to argue. Just trying to give the op some info.
     

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