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Old 17 Jul 2017, 10:48 (Ref:3752109)   #226
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Wouldn't take much for the coyote to push 650hp, the current one proposed has no internals touched. It also wouldn't require close attention at each round like a current spec supercar engine does. The albens box is also quite problematic in supercars to add an extra element of reliability to the picture.

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Old 20 Jul 2017, 00:30 (Ref:3752927)   #227
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There doesn't need to be a dumping ground for anything. There isn't a massive glut of engines. There are 3 tiers of Supercars that require them. The blocks and heads don't last forever, so there will always be demand for them.
That could change very fast if the push to switch to turbo V6s actually starts gaining ground.
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Old 20 Jul 2017, 12:13 (Ref:3753071)   #228
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Wouldn't take much for the coyote to push 650hp, the current one proposed has no internals touched.
Certainly, a fun Coyote build here, 625hp at 8000rpm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-NZIOIhUiU

Without Supercars rules you would get there pretty easily, just by throwing some off-the-shelf parts at it, ordering some off-the-shelf ported cylinder heads from a reputable supplier, and a bit of fine-tuning. With supercars rule (10:1 compression, 7500rpm rev limit) it would be a bit more difficult though as Nissan and AMG have found out.

If it was up to me, I would ask InnoV8 to look into the building the Coyotes with a flat-plane crank kit to get more of a Formula 1 / Cosworth DFV sound, perhaps go up to a 9000rpm rev limit, but I don't think that is what Lamden or Supercars are going for.

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“The rod ratio (in the FlatFast kit) matches the Ferrari 488 at 1.77, but I may need to back this off a tad after I build the first few for torque purposes. The higher rod ratio reduces the nasty torsional harmonics that have given the flat-plane crank a bad name,” Stephen explained.
https://www.svtperformance.com/2015/...nk-conversion/

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Old 22 Jul 2017, 08:27 (Ref:3753484)   #229
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Certainly, a fun Coyote build here, 625hp at 8000rpm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-NZIOIhUiU

Without Supercars rules you would get there pretty easily, just by throwing some off-the-shelf parts at it, ordering some off-the-shelf ported cylinder heads from a reputable supplier, and a bit of fine-tuning. With supercars rule (10:1 compression, 7500rpm rev limit) it would be a bit more difficult though as Nissan and AMG have found out.

If it was up to me, I would ask InnoV8 to look into the building the Coyotes with a flat-plane crank kit to get more of a Formula 1 / Cosworth DFV sound, perhaps go up to a 9000rpm rev limit, but I don't think that is what Lamden or Supercars are going for.


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That flat crank idea would be ace even with no other changes........
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Old 22 Jul 2017, 13:11 (Ref:3753519)   #230
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Issue is then dealing with vibration, particularly since they're solid mounted but damn it would sound sweet.
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