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who in Colorado builds quality 460 strokers for daily driving
 
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1992 7.5 trans vs coyote

Will a 1992 4x4 E4OD transmission work behind a coyote If not then what 4x4 transmission will work with a coyote engine.

I am wanting to do a 520 stroker in a 1992 E359 4x4 dully but am being told that the factory FI system will not let the 520 engine work . If this is so then who has the wiring information and products to do a stand alone fuel system and manage the transmission at the same time.

Have been considering the coyote super charged in place of the 520 stroker.

The trans mission is being upgraded to handle the power of the 520 .

I am looking for information on this please
 
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I can't imagine that a '90s-technology automatic transmission would fit to a modern engine, I anticipate the bell housing bolt patterns to be entirely different.

As for the other questions, I have no idea; you might ask in the engine subforums here on FTE and/or call up Summit Racing and/or go to some of the upcoming races at Bandimere Speedway this season and purchase a Pit Pass so you can go talk to the racers themselves and their pit crews.
 
 
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