Welcome fellow Coyote enthusiasts!
Coyotify.com was launched in May of 2012 for a couple of purposes:
- As a landing place for all of my coyote modification documentation and discussions.
- As a potential message board for those wanting to do similar swaps.
In 2012, I (FeriCyde) decided to swap my aging 4.6 liter 2000 Mustang GT motor for a Coyote “aluminator” from Ford Racing Performance Products (FFRP). This blog is dedicated to that effort entirely, although I fully intend for others to join the discussion.
As I search around the net, I don’t tend to find a lot of constructive, clear advice for this effort. It tends to be disjointed discussions mapped over pages and pages of varying degrees of expertise. Often people will talk about things they’re doing without referring to the actual detailed specifics of the parts involved or the technical aspects of the items they’re modifying to get the job done. While helpful to those in the know, this kind of documentation is at best somewhat confusing. If I have a goal for coyotify.com, it’s that all modifications come with as much helpful reference material as possible.
I, Paul (FeriCyde) Ferris, am a computer professional by day and a husband, father and fellow Mustang owner the rest of the time. I have a background in computers and a degree in mechanical engineering. I’ve owned 3 SN95 Mustangs over the years — all of them manual transmission cars with V8 motors. As time has gone by, I’ve enjoyed the work of modifying these vehicles. I want to share in the trials and tribulations (and joy) of these experiences, which is why the coyotify.com site exists.