The new Holley System has some glitches that they are working through. Would be fine with a stock mustang but there are a few interface issues with the Borla intake. There's a good chance all will be wrapped up this next week.

Confused
Evan, "glitches"? Interface issues? It sounds to me like you need help from someone who has specific expertise with I.R. intakes. Even better, someone who also knows Holley EFI systems. If your problem doesn't get resolved quickly and to your satisfaction, call Holley directly and ask to be referred to one of their dealers who specializes in Ford V-8's and I.R. intakes. I'd be nervous that Borla referred you to MMR because they buy lots of Borla stuff; not because MMR knows Holley EFI and I.R. intake systems better than anyone else.
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Evan, "glitches"? Interface issues? It sounds to me like you need help from someone who has specific expertise with I.R. intakes. Even better, someone who also knows Holley EFI systems. If your problem doesn't get resolved quickly and to your satisfaction, call Holley directly and ask to be referred to one of their dealers who specializes in Ford V-8's and I.R. intakes. I'd be nervous that Borla referred you to MMR because they buy lots of Borla stuff; not because MMR knows Holley EFI and I.R. intake systems better than anyone else.


The engine is just down the street from Holley and Borla.
The people working through the issues are reps from Holley and Borla. This system is the newest fuel management system from holley. It will be debuted this year at SEMA
I have serial #0000001
I hate being the guinea pig.
Confused
Kind of in a holding pattern. Holley and Borla have finished with it (ECU/Induction/Motor) and now waiting for Dyno time. and....here comes winter. Frowner

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I like the breather. How is that attached?


Just a simple breather from local auto parts store. (O'reilly)

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The Aluminum Facia.

Hmmmm Good question.
The engine compartment is stock, sound deadening splattered everywhere, ugly spot welds etc. etc.....
Decided to try something other than scraping it all clean and painting.
Trying for the Engine compartment to have a
fabricated race car look.
This engine setup looks pretty sweet. Are you considering installing a custom air box or will you just insert screens on the throttle bodies and leave them exposed?
OK FINALLY SOME MOVEMENT ON THIS AGAIN.

TALKED WITH PANTERAS BY WILLKINSON AND HE DIRECTED ME TO CENTERFORCE FOR A CLUTCH/PRESSURE PLATE AND FLYWHEEL COMBINATION.
HE ALSO VERIFIED THAT IF YOU MOVE THE TRANS FROM THE STOCK POSITION (1.5in REARWARD) THAT CHANGING TO 911
CV SHAFTS IS A GOOD IDEA SO I HAVE A SET ON ORDER FROM SCOTT AT SACC RESTORATIONS.

THE CLUTCH PRESSURE PLATE AND FLYWHEEL ARE COMING FROM SUMITT.
CENTERFORCE PT#
Flywheel part# 700205
Pressure plate, disc part# DF800075

THESE STATE THAT THEY ARE FOR A 4.6 BUT WILL ALSO BOLT UP TO THE 5.0 COYOTE.
Pilot bearing between ZF shaft and 5.0 Coyote flywheel.

FORD PERFORMANCE MUSTANG 4.6L 5.4L 5.0L COYOTE ROLLER PILOT BEARING M-7600-B

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Prep for custom engine hanging bracket.
The existing hole size is about the right size for tapping 1/2-13 so I just ran a tap through the holes.
A bit tight so be careful. The powder coating also makes it a bit difficult. lots of tapping oil.

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Any news ? I bought a holley dominator efi right now . Its a brand new 2017 version.
Will it works fine with the engine ? Thanks
Hi Peter,
sounds like an interesting project. Post some details and some pictures. I`m sure we can all learn something from you.
Liebe Grüße aus Düsseldorf
For people doing Coyote engine swaps; I see Holley now offers variable cam timing controllers:

"Holley EFI Coyote Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing Control unlocks the full power potential of high-revving 2011-14 Ford Coyote engines. Ideal for both crate engines and/or used Coyotes with locked cams, they're compatible with both Holley HP and Dominator EFI. They feature integrated stock cam position tables that eliminate tuning guesswork and deliver optimal driveability and maximum power right out of the box. At 3,700 RPM, they unleash more than 90 additional foot-pounds of torque. The main harnesses are terminated with ford TPS and IAC connectors that make it easy to convert from a drive-by-wire throttle body to a manual throttle body, and four built-in diagnostic LEDs make troubleshooting a snap if there's a cam- or crank-sensor failure.

Holley EFI Plug and Play Coyote Ti-VCT Control Module main harnesses include a power tap connector and grounds for adding additional sensors or actuators and CAN bus communication for the Holley EFI ECU for high speed data transfer and diagnostics. Also available are a plug-and-play main harness for 2011-14 Coyote engines with stock cam shafts and stock coils (part number 558-110) and a plug-and-play main harness for stock cams and Holley EFI coils (part number 558-122). If an external map sensor is required, use the available 2-bar MAP sensor (part number 538-13) ."

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I was really hoping they would add that functionality directly to the dominator ecus without the need for an external controller as the Dominator is already a fairly expensive unit. It really puts it out of contention for price point when there are other units that do it for considerably less.

Huge Delay........ Health and financial issues put all of this on a back burner.

FINALLY back on top of things. 

Setting up a VooDoo Motor right now instead of the standard Coyote motor that I started with. 

526HP out of the box. 

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A friend and fellow Pantera owner who builds and races Panteras has installed several Coyote engines in Panteras. Fantastic fit, seemingly easy conversion if you know how. Maybe you know him, if not, name is Ron McCall out of Maryland. possibly he can provide additional advice to anyone that's interested, or build one for you. Try rfmaccall@comcast.net. The image is of the car he races. 200 mph car.

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I'm curious to hear how the Voodoo motor feels in the Pantera. I know it will sound incredible! You may want to look into adapting the Shelby GT350's "Voodoo" engine mounts. I understand they are quite a bit different than the Mustang's engine mounts, as they need to contain the vibration that's inherent in the Voodoo motor. 

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