A 1,365-Horsepower Coyote Built With Off-The-Shelf Parts

Ever wonder what it would take to build a Coyote engine that puts down over three times the factory flywheel power rating to the rear wheels. Apparently it can be done with off-the-shelf parts—or at least an off-the-shelf turbo kit from CPR Street Machines.

That’s just the kind of results CPR generated when combining its single turbo system with a robust MMR 1500 short-block from Modular Motorsports Racing in Zachary Friedman’s Mustang. The robust engine combo is backed by a Turbo 400 automatic transmission and controlled by and AEM engine-management system.

It looks like another turbo Coyote, but Zachary Friedman’s Coyote-powered Mustang makes so much power with a CPR turbo system and an MMR short-block that, eventually, there weren’t enough straps to facilitate traction on the Dynojet rollers. With the boost turned up beyond 30 pounds, Zachary’s turbo Coyote rocked the rollers with over 1,365 horsepower and 1,014 lb-ft of torque.

It looks like another turbo Coyote, but Zachary Friedman’s Coyote-powered Mustang makes so much power with a CPR turbo system and an MMR short-block that, eventually, there weren’t enough straps to facilitate traction on the Dynojet rollers. With the boost turned up beyond 30 pounds, Zachary’s turbo Coyote rocked the rollers with over 1,365 horsepower and 1,014 lb-ft of torque.

At the gains we are seeing per psi, who knows what it will make?—CPR Street Machines

“(There is) one strap holding just the nose down and another eight on the car. (We saw a) 150rwhp gain going from 20 to 23psi. Twenty five psi was 1,250 or so. Went to 28 psi, saw 1,323rwhp, and ran into some traction problems,” CPR said. “More straps, more boost, no load on the dyno, no luck… At the gains we are seeing per psi, who knows what it will make? This is enough for now. On to the professional test and tune sessions.”

The CPR turbo systems for 2011-2014 Mustang GTs are centered around a Borg Warner S475 based turbo supported by tubular four-into-one headers, a JGS 40mm wastegate, a JGS 50mm blow-off valve, a large intercooler and more. Installation of the system is facilitated by a BMR Suspension K-member and tubular radiator support built to CPR’s specifications. These systems sell for $7,299.

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Steve Turner

Steve Turner brings decades of passion and knowledge in the world of Ford performance, having covered it for over 20 years. From the swan song of the Fox Mustang to the birth of the Coyote, Steve had a front-row seat.
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