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post #1 of 4 Old 03-05-2017, 07:27 AM Thread Starter
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Coyote Blower on Navi Motor

Hello. I was wondering if anybody knew or has tried to put a coyote twin screw or roots type blower onto a navigator headed 5.4? I do know that MMR makes the adapter plates to run the N/A intakes so I would think that the blowers should be just the same pending the depth allows. If the deck is shorter on a 5.0 than it is on a 5.4 then I don't see why it wouldn't work. Maybe the accessories may need some attention but idk. Just wanna see if anybody else may have explored this.

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I guess no one else thinks this would be an easier/less expensive alternative to buying or sourcing gt500 heads, intercooler and lower intake. Seems like a promising setup. Eventually I hope to attempt this and report with some results.

I wonder if a screwed navigator headed 5.4 can outpower a screwed coyote pound for pound.

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The reason NA SVT figured out that the coyote intake on a 5.4 was even possible, is that he happened to have a 5.4 and a coyote side by side. I doubt anyone has had a coyote blower setup and a 5.4 in that same room and the inclination to try it. I think it would work, look at the 4th picture on this thread 5.4 DOHC Swap into 2002 GT it shows pieces of aluminum plate that have been cut to fit between the ports. This is the best option to make the coyote intake fit the 5.4, NOT ADAPTER PLATES. The adapter plates create more of a port misalignment.
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That actually doesn't look difficult to do at all. But I don't have the welding skills or equipment to do something like that. I wonder how much of a difference it would make performance wise one vs the other.
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