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
The Ultimate Marauder Video!!!
Trilogy Motorsports friend and customer Rider90 makes this amazing
compilation video of Trilogy Motorsports Supercharged Marauders including
burnout and drag racing footage.
2013 Shelby Mustang GT500 vs Mercury Marauder
The GT 500 is on stock tires and the Marauder is on Drag Radials. Finally
got the Shelby down to a VERY traction limited 12.1 @ ~120 mph with a 1.999
60' time. Not bad for street tires. Micky Thompson Street radials and 19"
rims are on the way, but may not see the track until next spring.
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From 2003 to 2004, Ford resurrected the Marauder name as a high-performance
version of the Mercury Grand Marquis sedan. Although the Mercury division
is most directly a competitor to Buick (and formerly Oldsmobile), the
design of this Marauder drew many parallels to the 1994--1996 Chevrolet
Impala SS and the later 2006-present Dodge Charger SRT-8 in being a
contemporary full-size "muscle sedan", and both being derived from a
police vehicle (the Marauder from the Ford Crown Victoria, and the Impala
SS from the Chevrolet Caprice).
To differentiate itself from the Grand Marquis, the Marauder borrowed and
customized trim parts from both its Ford and Mercury stablemates. The
headlights and corner lights, from the Grand Marquis, had all
non-reflective surfaces blacked out and wore a body-color grille instead of
chrome. Side trim and the B-pillars are painted body-color like the Crown
Victoria, which donated its trunklid, and tail lights tinted to just within
DOT standards. The Marauder wore its own front and rear bumpers, with the
front featuring Cibié fog lamps and "Marauder" embossed on the rear. The
car's five-spoke 18" wheels feature Mercury's classic "god-head" (Mercury's
silhouette) emblem on its center caps.
In contrast to the Grand Marquis, the interior of the Marauder featured
front bucket seats and a floor shifter with a center console; leather seats
were standard. Instead of the simulated wood trim seen in the Grand
Marquis, the Marauder substituted simulated satin aluminum trim in its
place. The instrument cluster was Marauder-specific, with satin aluminum
gauges (with a 140-mph speedometer borrowed from the Ford Police
Interceptor) and the pressed electrical board to control them are
model-exclusive. To make room for the tachometer, the oil-pressure gauges
and voltmeter were moved to the center console. The Marauder is also the
only Panther car after 1997 with a specific pin on the PCM for a
2004 Crown Victoria 1/4 mile run
Here's my 2004 Ford Crown Victoria. Current mods include: aluminum
driveshaft, 3.73 gears, full posi differential, Mercury Marauder airbox,
80mm MAF, '04 PI zip tube, ported and polished intake plenum and throttle
body, 91 octane tune. This is my 4th best run so far after a 15.07, 15.09,