Everybody that has Ford blue running through their veins loves the 5.0L Coyote. And with good reason—a production Coyote makes 435 horsepower and 400 lbs.-ft. of torque, and they’re readily available under the hood of your favorite Ford pony car and in crate engine form.
But that doesn’t mean 4.6L mod motor Mustangs have to choke on the Coyote’s dust. That’s because Trick Flow Specialties just built a 5.3L 2V that makes plenty of power on 93 octane gas, features all-new parts, and is practically a drop-in for the owners of any 1996-2010 Mustang.
Read the entire engine build story at OnAllCylinders.com:
Coyote Alternative: Trick Flow Gets 466 HP out of a Ford 2V Mod Motor