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I own a 2011 GT Premium in need of an engine swap. The car is in great condition and has manual <acronym title="transmission">trans</acronym> with Barton short throw shifter and Eibach coilovers. I found a great deal on a low mileage 2014 Gen2 Coyote. Does anyone know if any or what mods are required to swap from a Gen1 to Gen2 Coyote? Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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I donít need a motor but I have been looking at what the differences are and why you canít switch gens

I will be following your thread.


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What I am seeing gen one is 2011 to 2014 (?) am I wrong ?


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https://www.fordnxt.com/news/why-the...mps-the-first/


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https://lmr.com/item/M6006M50A1/ford...ck-m-6006-m50a

I think the the two links I have posted should get you started !


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Thank you for the useful link. I was under the impression that the Gen2 started in 2013 rather than 2015. I am going to be purchasing a 2014 Coyote with 26K miles on it which will be compatible with my 11 without mods.
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FYI..... check emission control specs carefully...Ö whether you are part of the inspection program or not (just during a sale), if you go with a newer engine then under fed regs/law, all the smog components must be for the newer year as well (cats)Ö..check to make sure the cats, etc. are all compatible/approved for the newer year of engine...Ö it will save you $ and headaches down the road.

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Will do. Thank you for the advice. I will be running long tube headers with hi-flow cats. Do you think that would cause an emissions issue?
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I am running kooks long tubes with kooks cats, I donít have any check engine lights but I want to get a scanner to see if everything is ready status.


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Thank you for the advice. The engine is getting replaced with another Gen1 from 2014. Thank God for my wife. When she surprised me with the car, I did not realize that she purchased a 4 year 50K mile warranty with it!!!! Now I will be getting a brand new engine
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