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The Coyote mounts its crank trigger between the crankshaft and flywheel because the rear of the crank is less distorted by torsional stresses than the front. The greatly increased accuracy is needed to meet increasingly tighter on-board diagnostic requirements-misfires are now measured at all engine speeds and loads. Also, the crank trigger slings a lot of oil at 7,000 rpm, so it's best to get it out of the front cover anyway. All Coyote cranks use an eight-bolt flywheel attachment.