Cop for a Day in a 2013 Ford Interceptor Police Car - Wide Open Throttle Episode 38
On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Jessi Lang spends a day with the
2013 Ford Interceptor Police car. She gets an overview of the sophisticated
technology that allows police officers to do their job safer and more
efficiently. Next it's on to the Emergency Vehicles Operation Center where
she rallies the Interceptor and learns crucial law enforcement techniques.
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My 2004 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor transformation into a Marauder clone.
My 2004 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor transformation into a Marauder
clone. Bought from Texas Department of Public Safety in January 2008. The
front clip was not changed out to the Marauder as these parts are very
expensive. The header is about $250, front bumper is $400, headlights $100
and grille about $125. Then the rear bumper is $500 from the dealer to
complete the whole look. Even junk yards wanted near retail for body parts.
So I just added the Marauder corners and smoked headlights. Cheaper and
still looks good and the average person has no clue the differences.
2003 Crown Victoria 0-120
Half throttle chrip, followed by 0-120, followed by a 2nd gear 50-80 pull.
2nd Cat delete, glasspacks tune and jmod
'03 Crown Vic P71 0-60, Top Speed, and Brake Demonstration
PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING: This is my 2003 Ford Police Interceptor. I
decided randomly to stop and make this video on my commute home. The road
is hilly and not perfectly smooth so it's not a great choice, but it's what
I got. The video is from a stop full throttle to a top speed (If you
listen closely at 130-132 MPH the engine cuts back due to the limiter). My
rear axle bearings are bad and getting replaced today so that hurts the
speed too. The brake check towards the end was a full ABS stop from 120
ish (5.5 seconds) to show there is no noticeable brake fade from the
brakes. The front brakes are nearly worn out Raybestos Police Pursuit
Brakes (I Highly recommend them) the rear brakes are stock. The car is
100% stock and the temp outside today was around 75 degrees and humid.
Modifying the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor P71? Here's where to start!
Picture a fat kid with asthma, yes, that's your crown vic! Give that fat
kid a puffer! Start with intakes, plenums and Exhaust. If that isn't enough break into gear's,
tune's and like myself some Nitrous
oxide, cams and performance heads. Check out the video, if you've got
questions, don't hesitate to ask.
P.S. If you're just here to tell me how fast your car is and how your car
is better than this one ...... well ... I hope you're fucking yourself
right now because that's the advice you'll get from me :) Cheers folks and
2007 Crown Vic Police Interceptor Glass Packs Sound From Inside Car
Get in and listen to what the glass packs sound like from inside the car,
as we go for a drive. I'm doing my impression of a manual transmission with
my automatic of course! Let me know what you think. Thanks for watching!
Link for adding cruise control
2003 Ford Crown Vic P71 J-Mod comparison
This is my 2003 Ford Police Interceptor. The first clip is full throttle
acceleration before the J-Mod, the second clip is full throttle after the
J-Mod, and the final clip is normal acceleration after the J-Mod. Sorry
for not having a tachometer, I'll have to add one later, but for now you
will just have to listen closely. :) I highly recommend this modification
for everybody with a Crown Vic. It is not at all harsh during normal
driving, it's a lot of fun at full throttle, and my gas mileage actually
went up about 1.5 mpg somehow. For those of you who do not know, the J-Mod
is a shift improvement made through a few modifications to the
transmission. More info can be found at www.crownvic.net