Twin-Turbo 5.0L Coyote Engine
Brett LaSala’s first ever Sick Week in his 2012 Mustang named Snot Rocket was a huge success thanks to a new personal best ET, a class win in Modified, 3rd place overall and ‘Quickest Ford’ honors. It’s all thanks to a 2,500-horsepower, twin-turbo, 5.0L Coyote engine built by Fast Forward Race Engines. Check it out!
Brett LaSala’s Twin-Turbo 5.0L Coyote Engine
We caught up with Brett LaSala of Real Street Performance and MSR Racing at Sick Week 2023 to get the details of his Mustang nicknamed Snot Rocket and its twin-turbo 5.0L Coyote engine built by Fast Forward Race Engines. He had just run a PR of 6.52 at 212 mph and then went on to
Twin-Turbo 5.0L Coyote Engine
Ryan Hargett of Hargett Automotive & Performance recently won the Super Street Small Block Power Adder class at the 2022 Summit Midwest Drags with an average ET of 7.577 at 185 mph, making him the 8th fastest drag-n-drive car in the top 100, and the fastest ever in that class. Helping achieve this feat is a 2011 Mustang with a twin-turbo 5.0L Coyote engine. You’ve got to see this!
2,000-HP Twin-Turbo 5.0L Coyote Engine
We ran into the drag-and-drive duo of Ryan Hargett and Brent Sinclair at the 2022 Midwest Drags. Ryan was busy working on a tune, but Brent was kind enough to walk us through this 2011 Mustang with a twin-turbo 5.0L Coyote engine under the hood putting out 2,000+ horsepower.
EB Takeover – Fast Forward Race Engines
Join the crew at Fast Forward Race Engines in New Port Richey, FL as they takeover the Engine Builder Instagram to show you through their shop, update you on the details of some of their high-horsepower engine builds such as Coyotes, Vipers, 2JZs, VR38s, and Lamborghinis.
2,000+ HP Capable GT500 Short Block
Starting out building custom drag race engines, Fast Forward Race Engines has transitioned into doing batch engine work for other shops the last decade. One of it’s best-selling short blocks is this 2,000-HP capable GT500 and we’ve got all the details.
Twin-Turbo Gen III 5.0L Coyote Engine
Hoping to see 1/4-mile times in the 6-second range, Raul Lopez Jr. and his dad, who run Infinite Performance Racing, recently built a twin turbo Gen III 5.0L Coyote engine for a 1992 Foxbody Mustang hatchback. Check it out for yourself!
ProCharged 5.0L Coyote Engine
Samantha Moore of Vector Motorsports got hooked on racing right out of college and hasn’t looked back ever since. Now she’s one of the best in the NMRA Limited Street class with her 2014 Mustang and its ProCharged 5.0L Coyote engine. See what went into this impressive build!
Holley EFI Billet Fuel Rails for Ford Coyote and Mopar Gen III Hemi
The fuel rails feature a 5/8” diameter fuel passage that provides more flow capacity for high horsepower applications over the stock rails.
Moroso Road Race Baffled Oil Pan for Ford Coyote/Voodoo
The oil pan is fully fabricated steel with a thick steel rail with a 4-3/8″ deep, 10-3/4″ long by 14-1/2″ wide rear sump and has a black powder-coat finish.
Aviaid Ford Coyote Aluminum Dry Sump Pan
The pan, developed in collaboration with MMR, is designed to be used with either a 3-stage dry sump pump for street or moderate competition or a 4-stage pump for all-out racing.
Ford 5.0L Coyote Engine
On the brink of going under following the recession, Esslinger Engineering was saved by a well-off customer who bought the business. Today, the more than 50-year-old engine shop is beginning a Ford 5.0L Coyote engine program. Find out what goes into these high-horsepower builds.