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The M-6006-M50A1 Long Block has been developed for the customer that needs a Coyote that will run in a "Gen 1", 2011-2014 Mustang or run with a "Gen 1" engine control system. 

This long block offers a performance improvement in 2011-2014 Mustangs due to the performance enhancing updates/components noted below:

  • Larger intake valves than "Gen 1" 
  • Larger exhaust valves than "Gen 1"
  • Revised intake camshafts from "Gen 1"
  • Revised exhaust camshafts from "Gen 1"
  • Stiffer valve springs to ensure that the valves close completely at high rpm
  • New cylinder-head casting, including revised ports that provide a straighter path to the valves for less-restrictive intake and exhaust flow and combustion chamber modifications to accommodate larger valves
  • Redesigned piston tops with deeper cutouts to clear the new larger valves
  • Rebalanced forged crankshaft that supports higher-rpm operation    
  • 11.0:1 Compression ratio 
  • Hypereutectic aluminum pistons
  • Forged connecting rods 
  • Forged steel crankshaft
        • Aluminum block 
        • 8 qt. capacity oil pan 
        • Aluminum cylinder heads, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, Variable intake and exhaust camshaft timing
        • Engine mount bosses and bell housing mount pattern common to 4.6L modular engines  

Many of the above improvements to the "Gen 2", 2015-2017 Coyote focus on allowing it to breathe better. The improvements, many of which are derived from the lessons learned in developing the special edition 2012-2013 Mustang Boss 302, allow for better breathing, especially at higher engine speeds. 

This long block does not include the following:
Part Type
Engine: Complete Engines
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Packaged Dimensions
36" x 39.5" x 36
Packaged Weight
441 lb(s)
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