Mercury Marauder Goes Wide Open with GoProHD
Selected WOT scenes from some GoPro adventures.
2003 Mercury Marauder 300A, 307rwhp, 315 ftlbs
Kooks LT headers, Catted X-Pipe, AT2525 Mufflers with Mandrel bent
JLT CAI, FRPP 4:10 gears, Dyno tune, Sparta Control Arms &
Watts Links, Addco Front & Rear Sway bars, Moog springs, 18x9" rim with
245/40-18 Nitto NT555 up front, 18x10" rim with 275/40/18 Nitto NT555 in
More back road footage can be posted if people are interested.
My Crown Vic. Interceptor (RGV)
This is my 01' Vic. P71. It has 40 series Flowmaster with Marauder tips.
Also with 20 by 10 in rims. 6K HID lights. The most important thing is his
04' Mustang GT motor. Also
2 12" Solo Baric L7 subs.
PERFORMANCE: 315 HP
2004 4.6 Mustang motor swap
Performance Chip (Dyno Test)
shift kit transmission
B&K throttle body ,1" spacer, K&N filter
and some extra mods.
14.85 sec. 1/4 mile
The only thing they did to the motor is flip the throttle body to the
opposite side. From passenger side to driver side. Mustangs have the battery opposite
from vics. Everything else fitted just good after some small custom
1956 Ford Victoria
The body is a 1956 Ford Victoria...but everything else is Supercharged Mustang...the perfect blend of
old and new....shot at the 2012 Street Rod Nationals South from Knoxville
TN...A very cool Hot Rod...ck it out!!!
2004 Mercury Grand Marquis Blower Motor Repair -EricTheCarGuy
This video shows my little 'adventure' as I repair the blower motor on this
2004 Mercury Grand Marquis. The Grand Marquis is pretty much the same as
the Ford Crown Victoria or full sized Lincoln. I did end up fixing it in
the end but it took a little bit to get to the bottom of the problem. I'll
admit that was my own doing but all's well that ends well I suppose. There
is another version of this video that goes into more detail available to
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Testing Relays: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWmt6gorzUg
Basic Electrical troubleshooting Part 1:
Basic Electrical troubleshooting Part 2:
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2009 Mercury Grand Marquis Road Test
2009 Mercury Grand Marquis LS
Engine: 4.6 liter SOHC V8 (224 horsepower/275 ft. lbs. of
Transmission: 4-speed automatic w/OD
Rear Wheel Drive
City/Highway MPG: 15/23
This is a full road test of my mom's 2009 Mercury Grand Marquis, to show
how it performs in different situations, and to identify any problems that
may exist. I would normally do this after having the car in the shop for
repairs, but in this case I am driving the car around just to get a better
idea of how it feels on the road.
I drove it for about 2 hours and came away very impressed. It is
comfortable, refined, solid, and very agile. With only 224 horsepower, one would think
that it's underpowered compared to its V6 competitors. It's not. The
torquey V8 will pin you to your seat when gunned from a dead stop, and once
you're up to speed, there is always plenty of power in reserve. The big V8
has a deep, burly muscle car sound when revved, but at low RPMs it is muted
and unobtrusive in the cabin. The 4 speed automatic isn't much of a
handicap with the V8's torque curve, although it prefers not to downshift
into 1st or 2nd unless you mash the pedal to the floor. If you drive with a
light foot, and keep RPMs below 2000, you can easily attain 20+ mpg in
everyday driving situations. On the highway, the car is very efficient, due
to its tall overdrive gear that keeps the RPMs low.
The four wheel ABS disc brakes provide adequate stopping power, with
reasonably good pedal feel. Stopping distance is short in an emergency,
although the front end dives toward the ground.
The Marquis handles very well for a big car, even though it is not equipped
with the Handling Package (this option was discontinued around 2007). In
hard cornering, body roll is minimal and the Michelin tires provide plenty
of grip. The rack and pinion steering setup leaves feel somewhat numb, but
it's also pleasantly light and very accurate (especially on the highway).
Mercury obviously wanted to leave some "slop" in the steering, so the old
folks won't think they're driving a Ferrari :) If you must throw the car
around, it is safe and predictable, and can be quite fun for a boat.
Comfort is where the car really shines. The ride is very smooth, and gives
you the feeling of "floating" over bumps. This is great on the highway,
where little road imperfections are ironed out, but not so good on bumpy
back roads. If you hit potholes or man hole covers, the car pogos up and
down a couple times before settling. I enjoy this type of ride, but many
people do not. Inside, the car is very quiet, and road noise is minimal.
The leather bench seats are supremely comfortable and roomy, even after a
couple of hours.
Overall I am really pleased with how the car drives, and it just happens to
be a car I would consider buying used.
and all the Panther platform cars that have been discontinued.
The song at the beginning is Cradle of Love by Billy Idol, one of my
favorite 80s songs.
CROWN VIC HITTIN SWITCHES...2010
This is my 2001 Ford Crown Victoria police interceptor. It took me three
years to build this car to this point. Everything on this car is custom. It
has a ten switch air ride system, in other words its "bagged". it has labo
doors on the front. All door handles have been shaved and the doors now
open by remote. The grill and lights are all custom, as well as the
marauder black paint job. It has a compustar alarm coneected to a Nathan
Airchime train horn. The windows have been limo tinted and the interior has
all be replaced. This car was built for shows.
2004 Ford Crown victoria P-71 Interceptor Loaded vic Police Car 4.6
Ford Crown victoria P-71 Interceptor these are just some of the best cars
ever made and seem to just keep going and going. This one is fully loaded
and even has power seats, The black interior and door panels really add
some nice looks to it i think
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check out My other Videos there are over 600 of them i have done on My
ADTR's Supercharged Crown Vic "RocketCouch"
Walk around on ADTR.net's RocketCouch. It is a 1992 Ford Crown Victoria
with a built 4.6 2 valve engine, Paxton Novi 2000 Supercharger, Vortech aftercooler, ADTR.net custom
intake piping and fuel system, Blue Oval Chips and BC Automotive
transmission and converter package, custom interior and more.
For more info check out ADTR.net
2004 Crown Victoria with full exhaust
***running glass packs now i'll post new vids soon*** 2004 crown victoria
P71 with full Exhaust system-Kooks
Long Tube Headers, Pypes Mini cats, H-pipe, Cherry Bomb Extreme's dumped at
axle car also has Professional Products ported intake Plenum and 75mm
Trottle body and modded stock air box with a cone filter more engine and
tranny goodies on the way!!!