2013 Ford Mustang GT Oil Pump Fix
Coyote Achilles Heal.
When the Coyote engine hit the streets under the hood of the 2011 Ford Mustang GT, to Mustang fans it was like the 2003-2004 SVT Cobra’s second coming. Great power, excellent drivability, and responsive to modifications, the Coyote engine checked all the right boxes. With 412 horsepower on tap out of the box, the Coyote engine single-handedly rendered previous modular engines useless. The rest of the Mustang world was left to play catch up. To keep up, most have chosen to join the Coyote world via engine swaps.
However, whether it’s the engine in your 2013 Mustang GT, or the Coyote engine going into your 1992 Fox coupe, replacing the oil pump gears will go a long way to ensure you enjoy plenty of smiles per miles.
The Coyote engine’s factory oil pump gears have been the Achilles heel from the beginning. Made from powdered metal, the factory oil pump gears become suspect at high RPM and under boosted conditions ... read more