Have stock clutch and flywheel from '17 mustang if you need any measurements, or want it you can have it. If your close to Indiana. It has heat marks on it from slipping under hard use at drag strip, but if helps.
The motor came with a thin (3/32") metal plate that was between the engine and automatic Transmission... I think if the Mustang flywheel and pressure plate could be used with a same diameter clutch disk but with the ZF-5 splined center to match the transmission. I will figure this out at some point. Thanks for the replies. Somebody has done this before... just have to find the right search terms...I would think you need the Coyoie flywheel and truck pressure plate and clutch disc. This is so you get the right height for the release bearing and the proper spline for the input shaft. You may have to get flywheel drilled for the pressure plate bolt pattern.
Not familiar so much with coyote and mod motors but do they still use a motor plate between motor and transmission? If they do then that will determine starter location and which flywheel.
Since they share the same bellhousing pattern you may be able to use mod motor plate and flywheel this way the starter and clutch bolt right in.
I need more coffee to think clearer.
I am not sure what you mean by "motor plate"? If you are refering to flexplate that an auto uses vs. a flywheel that manual uses, then yes, they are always different. Flywheels are thick and have the friction surface that the clutch is clamped to. The flexplate just serves as a ring gear for starter and a way for the crank to connect to the torque converter of the automatic...One thing you may want to check is if they used a different motor plate from automatic to manual.
The motor came with a thin (3/32") metal plate that was between the engine and automatic Transmission...
One thing you may want to check is if they used a different motor plate from automatic to manual.
I am not sure what you mean by "motor plate"?
No what I mean, the F150 and Mustang motors have a different firing order. So the harness that they sell is desiged to make the harness from ford performance work on an F150 motor. From the power by the hour website:If the firing order is different then the camshafts have to be changed to match the new firing order.