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Coyote Motor in 240Z thoughts.

Ryan Merrill

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17 hours ago, jpndave said:

Leave it to you @1969hondato run this right over the top. That would probably work quite well! Any takers? 


With the power being generated by turbo Coyote builds it's hard to imagine getting that to the ground in a S30. I guess for a drag car, but anything else would be a serious challenge. Giant bias ply's would certainly be on order.


I've seen a few shorties that turn down more than back, so there's certainly some options out there. If you run the alternator up front without PS or AC there's no reason you can't run a minimal depth pan to get the motor so low and far back that the only thing in the way is "frame" and firewall. The more I measure the more I see that the steering and strut towers shouldn't never be an issue with this motor. It really just getting the exhaust turned down without hitting the firewall or rails.

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