Crown Vic Race

a 2000 crown vic police interceptor vs a 1994 crown vic p71. 2000: has cold air intake, chip, a 3:73 gears, (blue lights) 1994: 5.0 motor swap, cobra intake and 4.10 gears 1994 wins by half a car part two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRVo2Kxu818

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Crown Vic Race pt.2
a 2000 crown vic police interceptor vs a 1994 crown vic p71. 2000: has cold air intake, chip, a 3:73 gears, (blue lights) 1994: 5.0 motor swap, cobra intake and 4.10 gears 2000 wins by half a car





3:73 gears on my crown vic
Crown vic swap 2:73 gears to 3:73





2004 Crown Victoria p71 with K&N intake kit
This is part two to my intake kit install. In this video, I will show you how my Vic sounds with the K&N intake installed. Compare the two and draw your own conclusions. *NOTE* After emailing K&N, I learned that they do not carry a kit for MY car. Excerpt from K&N's response: "Thank you for your interest in K&N products. Unfortunately, you have one of Fords famous Frankenstein vehicles. In the transition to the new body style in '04, they still used some of the engine components from the '03 model (Ford does this a lot when a new body style comes out). In these cases, you would essentially need a mixture of the '03 and '04 kit, which, unfortunately, doesn't exist." I am not quite sure, but, maybe not all 2004s are the same. Segment #1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v88B0IuSU-Q





98 crown vic 302 e303 gt40p
98 crown vic. 91 crown vic 302 stock bottom end. Came with dished pistons. 4.10 gears on shelf while I learn how to install it. DIY turbo in the works. E303 cam sounds stock with low compression. Locker, about $800 invested so far.




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