+1, yeah, a cammer engine is made for a special class of racing...you'd be better off with a termi or GT500 engine...forged, and blown, your costs would be minimized, also the mod motor is a straight bolt in for most recent V8 stangsI could be wrong but I thought they stopped production of the 5.0 Cammer. Id go with the Coyote as at least you could find people who have done this swap. Ive never heard of one person on any of the forums Im on ever say they have or know of someone using a 5.0 Cammer engine. The Coyote is probably alot less money also.
A cheaper idea is to put a 4.6 stroked and forged to 298 or 302ci and then add a blower.
Save yourself all the electronics issues and get yourself a GT500 motor. You hardly have to breath on the thing to make 700hp.also im looking to get a solid 700hp out of this motor. Is that reasonable and what is the best rout. sorry bout all these questions just not to familiar with these modular motors
+1. Not only is it a bigger engine (more power with smaller blower/less boost), it's also forged from the factory. A stock GT500 engine can handle 800-900hp before longevity becomes an issue.Save yourself all the electronics issues and get yourself a GT500 motor. You hardly have to breath on the thing to make 700hp.
Here's the two things I personally would consider going with.can any of you send me a link on who sells these motors.
$21,000 for the GT-500 motor :surprisedHere's the two things I personally would consider going with.
Gt500 engine - Ford Racing Performance Parts The stock supercharger can make about 650hp before capping out.
Alluminator long block - Ford Racing Performance Parts You will have to buy a supercharger (go Whipple) for this engine, but it is a lot cheaper than the GT500 crate. They say the rated max power is 700, but people have pushed WAY more than that through them with no problem.
But the only issue I see with the alluminator is wiring. For a extra bit of money Ford will include the wiring harness for the GT500 crate engine. Maybe if you called they could include one that will make the alluminator work.