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New Product: Supercharged 2014 Cobra Jet Crate Engine

By - September 10, 2013 – 11:42 amNo Comment | 2,307 views

Want a brand new supercharged Cobra Jet in your Mustang’s engine bay? Now you can thanks to Ford Racing, who now have the 2014 Cobra Jet’s powerplant available as a crate engine in their parts catalog. The V8, part #M-6007-SCJ14, comes fully built with race-coated Mahle forged pistons, Manley H-beam connecting rods, race-balanced forged crankshaft, ported Boss cylinder heads and more.

The Cobra Jet doesn’t come cheap, though, retailing for a pricey $28,600. Need something a bit cheaper? You can always go for Ford Racing’s Aluminator XS crate engine that uses many of the same parts and is $12,000 cheaper.

Supercharged 2014 Cobra Jet Crate Engine:

  • Whipple high pressure 2.9L SC with 3.375 inch pulley
  • Super Cobra Jet oval throttle body, M-9926-SCJ
  • CNC ported intake manifold
  • Hard wired race connectors on engine harness, cam phasers, cam position sensors, and crank position sensor for trouble free operation in high heat and vibration racing environments
  • Boss cylinder heads with CNC ported intake and exhaust ports and combustion chamber
  • 37mm hollow stem intake valves
  • 31.8mm sodium filled exhaust valves
  • Boss 302 intake and exhaust cams
  • Forged crankshaft balanced for race use
  • Mahle dished piston built to FRPP spec with increased ringland, high temperature and pressure alloy, and race coating
  • Manley H-beam rods with ARP 2000 fasteners
  • SFI crankshaft damper by ATI
  • Steel gerator oil pump, M-6600-50CJ
  • New 2014 dual shiv accessory drive with unique alternator bracket and belt routing
  • Boss 302 alternator with Boss 302 underdrive pulley, M-8600-M50BALT
  • Boss 302 oil pan, M-6675-M50B

[Source: Ford Racing Performance Parts]

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