With the help from Summit Racing Equipment and TCI Engineering, our friends at Rod Authority are building a 1936 Ford, which they’ve named Project Flat Out. The project got its name because the original Flathead engine is coming out, and brand-new, modern mill is going in its place.
Exit Ford Flathead. Enter Summit Racing.
The Rod Authority crew teamed up with Summit Racing Equipment for a complete Ford 5.0L Coyote crate motor and all the fixings to make it go. The company offers a complete Coyote 5.0L engine combo that includes everything need to simplify the swap:
- Ford Racing 5.0L DOHC crate engine
- Ford Racing 5.0L 4-valve crate engine control packs
- Moroso oil pan with oil pump pickup
- Vortech Engineering T-Rex fuel pump
- AEM adjustable fuel pressure regulator
- Liquid-filled fuel pressure gauge
- Powermaster XS Torque starter
- Ford Racing 5.0L modular alternator kit
- Ford Racing speedometer adjuster
- Ford Racing composite intake manifold cover
The 5.0L Coyote will give Project Flat Out good fuel mileage, excellent reliability, and oh yeah—a potent 412 horsepower and 390 ft.-lbs. of torque. And that’s just the beginning.
The guys at Rod Authority have some additional plans to boost this Coyote’s power. For now, check out the full story on the engine, click on the slideshow above for additional details about the engine, and stay tuned to Rod Authority for updates on Project Flat Out.