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Looking for Coyote experts?

Ended up getting a Gen 2 Coyote (2015) motor with a busted block. I can find the ‘11-‘14 blocks for a decent price so I was wondering if there would be any issues with swapping the gen 2 crank, rods, pistons, & heads over to a gen 1 block?

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2 different part numbers so I would think they wont work BUT the early crank changes parts numbers up to the later number and the rods are the same, Different piston numbers.

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need to make sure you use gen 2 headgaskets, they are different.
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Thanks for the reply’s, the heads will swap over with the Gen 2 gaskets, the rods (from what I’ve read) are the same rods that Ford used in the gen 1 Boss 302’s so they shouldn’t be a problem.

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how many miles on the gen 1 block, how many miles on gen 2 stuff? you may need a hone job, may need new rings...
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