Project Wild E. Coyote


Wild E. Coyote Eats E85 On The Dyno, 826.3 Horsepower Is The Result

In the final installment of our Project Wild E. Coyote, our 2011 Mustang GT gets its new engine installed, and tuned to run on E85, the results are big power and impressive performance for the street and track. Read More


BMR Heavy Duty Upper Control Arm For S197s With 9-Inch Differentials

BMR solves our upper control arm issue with one of their unique S197 nine inch rear upper control arms. We check out what makes this arm different and why it works on the street and track.Read More


Protecting Your Mustang Indoors and Out With Covercraft

Covercraft sends us products to protect Project WIld E Coyote whether it's stored away in the garage, or parked in the office parking lot. We check out the technology behind two of their popular products.Read More


Installing and Testing AEM’s V2 Water/Methanol Injection System

We install and test out AEM's new easier to use V2 Water/Methanol injection system in Project Wild E Coyote. Find out how easy it is to add this system to your forced induction setup in this article. Read More


Tech: Tire Testing Mickey Thompson’s ET Street And Street Radial II

We take an in-depth look at Mickey Thompson's ET Street and ET Street Radial II tires on our 2011 Mustang, comparing construction, suggested uses, track numbers and the ride characteristics on the road.Read More


Installing QA1 Double-Adjustable Shocks And Struts On Our ’11 ‘Stang

A look at QA1's double-adjustable front coilover struts and rear shocks for the S197, 2005 and later Ford Mustangs, as we install a complete suspension upgrade package on our Project Wild E Coyote.Read More


How To: Converting A 10-12 Mustang Rear To 13-14 Spec

Follow along as we upgrade the appearance of our 2011 Mustang to a 2014 with Ford parts and an exhaust with CORSA. A complete parts list is inside!Read More


JPC Racing Single Turbo Install On Our 2011 Mustang GT

We go big with a custom turbo system from JPC Racing, Turbonetics, Turbosmart, and Heatshield Product, as Wild E Coyote takes one step closer to making big horsepower numbers on the dyno. Read More


Maximum Motorsports NHRA-Legal 2011 Mustang Cage Install

It is relatively easy to make big power with a late model Mustang due to the availability of bolt-on performance parts. Maximum Motorsports has developed their own bolt-in roll bar kit to make the car safer too.Read More


Fueling 1,000-Plus HP Coyote With Aeromotive and Fragola

Aeromotive and Fragola hook us up with the latest fuel system technology for Project Wild E Coyote, including an Eliminator pump, and Billet Fuel Pump Speed Controller.Read More


Review: Peterson’s Externally Vented Air-Oil Separator

Project Wild E. Coyote was in need of a catch can solution for its turbocharged engine, and Peterson Fluid Systems and Fragola Performance Systems came to the rescue. Read the details inside!Read More


1,000 HP Low Compression Coyote Engine Build Part 2 – The Long Block

Check out phase two of our 1000-horse-capable long block Coyote build in conjunction with Rich Groh Racing Engines, JPC Racing, Comp Cams, Ferrea, and more of the aftermarket's finest companies. We talk head porting, valve sizing, and more!Read More


Installing Kenny Brown AGS 4.0 Suspension On Our 2011 Mustang

We install a full Kenny Brown front and rear AGS 4.0 suspension on Project WIld E Coyote, in search of maximum grip for the autocross, and better traction on the drag strip.Read More


Moser M9 9-inch Rearend Upgrade with Baer Brakes Into Our ’11 Stang

As power numbers for our 2011 Mustang GT Project Wild E Coyote continue to climb, we fortify the drivetrain further with a new Moser M9 housing and nine inch center section. We show you what you need to know about installing a 9-inch rearend into an S197 Mustang.Read More


Low Compression Coyote Engine Build Part 1 – The Short Block

Our Project Wild E. Coyote receives a new, high-horse-capable short block, thanks to Rich Groh Racing Engines, Ford Racing, and a host of other companies who lent their expertise to help us build a street stormer.Read More


Tire Comparison: M/T’s ET Street Radial Versus ET Street Radial II

We've tested Mickey Thompson's 15-inch ET Street Radial and the newer ET 18-inch Street Radial II against one another on the street and at the track to see just how well they perform within their own given parameters.Read More

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