Like the block's deck, the Coyote head exhibits near perfect symmetry in bolt holes, cooling passages, and combustion chambers. The manifold section of the cross flow cooling system is visible as the noticeable step in the upper edge of the head's machined face. A large rectangular hole at the right, or front, of the head transfers the coolant to the crossover in the block. The machined arc below the coolant rectangle is a block-to-head oil passage for upper engine lube and VCT functions. Note how the intake ports aren't even visible in this angled view-they're nearly vertical!