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    Supreme_5oh New Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    What are you guys N/A builds, I would like to see if theirs any variety in set ups? and what your hp and tq numbers are?
    Also without boost or nitrous, what else can you do to the coyote engine to get more hp? after, intake manifold, cold air, e85, exhaust, and cams?
    I myself have a Holley intake manifold, Pmas cold air, Texas speed headers and e85 and sitting @ 450WHP.
     
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    DMassey No Habla Jibber Jabber Established Member

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    I always wanted to throw a set of L&M intake cams in a Gen2 motor, but we ended up just getting a 2018. I'm waiting to see if L&M is going to do a set of Gen3 cams or not. I'll likely have Brett Barber port my intake manifold and decide if I want to port my stock tb or go with the Bullitt tb whenever it gets released.
     
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    Revvv Infinity Poster Established Member

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    Port and polish the heads, install a larger throttle body and plenum, empty the long block and bore and stroke the engine. Add cams, change injectors, and have fun.

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    Supreme_5oh New Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    Adding a set of cams to a 2018 would be pretty interesting to see, since ive seen them go over 500whp FBO on e85 without cams, i have a local guy her that FBO did only put about 455whp, which is pretty low for a gen 3
     
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    Supreme_5oh New Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    mikengail Member Established Member

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    2018 A10 at 5500' altitude. E85 and Headers. No cats or resonator. Stock intake and mufflers. 452rwhp / 418rwt.

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    Growlar Member Established Member

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    I think the engine flows great as it is ...i'd really like to see is a stock engine flung out to 9k rpms and see if i'm right..my bet is the curve keeps rising
     
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    Supreme_5oh New Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    update I swapped to CJ Manifold, and made 448 whp
    last set up was Holley intake manifold, PMAS cold air, ts long tubes, e85, made 450whp and 367tq, with the CJ set up and FP cold air it made 448whp and 391 tq, what do you guys think, I would of thought the CJ would out perform the holley by a lot..
     
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    mikengail Member Established Member

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    2rwhp difference is around .4%. I don't know exactly how reliable the Dynojet is at Dyno Edge, but .4% would be well within anyone's margin of error, assuming a confidence level of 99% in the accuracy of the dyno. The actual curves of both rwtq and rwhp are probably more telling in any comparison of the two runs. At 5530' altitude, those numbers are not too shabby for a Gen2 Coyote. Even with SAE correction, the corrected results become much less accurate above 3000' altitude anyway. Lastly, the local E85 brew in the Albuquerque area has been testing around E65 for me. Welcome to gear head life at a mile high. Nevertheless, I think it would be much more interesting to compare those two intake manifolds with the VMP 67 TB and an '18+ GT intake with the stock TB. Justin Starkey at VMP did an intake comparison among the stock '15 compared to the CJ, Boss, '18 Truck, '18 GT and '18GT ported. You can Google the results. I won't spoil it for you, but you already know what intake I use. Lol. Good luck!
     

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