I’m currently finishing a 2006 Mustang Coyote (actually a RoadRunnet) swap, and am considering one for the STA as well.I just had my 4.6 3valve taken out along with the transmission and dropped in a 5.0 coyote with a 10 speed automatic out of a 2018 F 150. My AWD is now just a 2 wheel drive . Truck is running great but can’t stand the one tire burnouts
The shop doing the work has had lots of trial and error moments. Decided against trying to keep it as a 4wd. I have never taken it off road anyway. Trying to keep it as a daily driver and maybe a trip down the local drag strip just for fun. Had to put in a race pack to get gauges to work, still tying up loose ends on that. Once it is all done, I’ll try to share some pictures, if someone can help out.I’m currently finishing a 2006 Mustang Coyote (actually a RoadRunnet) swap, and am considering one for the STA as well.
My STA is only RWD, but would live to do a 4WD conversion. What was the issue with retaining the front drive on your truck?
Also, do you have any lessons learned on the swap?
Oh, and I prefer the Sport Edge wheels more than the Adrenaline wheels. Personal preference, but I prefer the Edge Sport wheels. NOT that the Adrenaline wheels aren't good looking. But I have my preference.My girl is 4.6, 4X4, and she's strong. But I don't have that awesome Adrenaline look in the front-end, that I want. I'll get the wheels and tires in the next week. But it's annoying that they don't give the love "I" want.
UGH, sadly they have 4.6 SC kits that fit under the stock hood.... or get the hood i have....My 2010 Adrenaline came with the 20” wheels. The reason I went with the coyote 5.0 was because all the shops I checked with said it was almost impossible to supercharge or turbo charge the 4.6 because of the hood design. I wasn’t about to modify my front end.