I shift mine at 7600 and it feels like it wants to go higherVery nice. Mine maxed out at 7600 on the dyno also.
Mine feels like it wants to go higher also but didn't make anymore power or torque on dyno after that, so no sense to spin it any higher.I shift mine at 7600 and it feels like it wants to go higher
What’s the pinout on the Coyote coils and how did you configure it in the Holley? I’m using the Holley coils and like the cleaner look you have going on.438ci, 12.4-1, Holley EFI, home ported iron heads, coyote coil on plug. Mild solid roller, 262/262 I think .670/.615 on a 112 (drives smooth). Flex fuel/E85.
It made 900whp on 93 octane at 5500rpm before we had a water pump issue shut us down. It makes a ton more once it gets over 6000rpm according to the butt dyno. I’d guess 1250 at the tire or so. It’s been [email protected] in the 1/8 at 3950# but it’s only at 17psi so far.Nice engine bay, I am a fan of symmetry.
Not sure what you have for horsepower but with what looks like forced induction and 2 injectors per cylinder I'll guess a lot.
You're probably better off functionally keeping the smart coils.
Not sure if the stock coyote coils would light that off.
But to do so you need two 554-112 coil drivers. The inputs to the drivers get pinned to their respective cylinders at the ecu.
On the output side of the drivers, I used a coyote coil harness, pulled out the pins and pinned them directly to the output driver connectors (to get the correct firing order at the coils vs how they are pinned for coyote).
Also need 2 ford ignition capacitors that plug into the coil harness.
Definitely, those Coyote 5.0 coils are CLEAN!!What’s the pinout on the Coyote coils and how did you configure it in the Holley? I’m using the Holley coils and like the cleaner look you have going on.
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