Hot Rod Builds a 1000+ Horsepower Coyote Engine

June 15, 2017 / by Mark Gearhart

Hot Rod Builds a 1000+ horsepower capable Coyote engine with MPR Engines. They chose to use JE electroless nickel coated pistons, Tuff Skirt, DLC pins, and Pro Seal gaskets. Check it out here!

With the release of the Coyote, Ford perfected the modular engine platform. Available for the past seven years, enthusiasts have done virtually everything there is to do with the powerplant. It has run 6s in the quarter-mile, won numerous road racing championships, and piloted drifters to podium finishes.

In earlier segments, we covered the block prep needed to reliably make more than 1,000 horsepower in a Ford Coyote engine. That was but a sneak peek of the intentions for this engine. Now, HOT ROD’s first Coyote engine build is ready to be assembled.

We turned to longtime Mustang engine builder, Tim Eichhorn, of MPR Racing Engines in Boynton Beach, FL, who has a successful history building big-power Coyote.

Read the full story on HOT ROD here, or pick up the August 2017 issue.



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Mark Gearhart

Written by Mark Gearhart

Mark is the Content Marketing Manager and former magazine editor. Mark has been contributing to the automotive industry since 1995.

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