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WOMAN Vs MAN Drag Race! 1971 Mach 1 Vs Cop Car (Crown Vic)
We have been arguing for a while now... who's car is the fastest! Jeff says
his 1971 Mach 1 with a 351 in it is faster. But Heather says that her 2001 Crown
Vic Police Interceptor is the faster! Also.... Jeff thinks men are better
drivers than women! This video will give you a few answers to those
crown victoria drag racing
lucky drag city erie pennsylvania.
the track has no traction what so ever and it,s going downhill you have no
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
Ford Crown Vic Drag Cop
Its always fun when Douglas County brings the drag car out too CSP "Take It
To The Track" night at Bandimere. Not the best run of the night, but still
an intimidating 11.79 seconds...Not too bad for a cop car
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
Crown Victoria Drag Race
The first two cars were random people who raced before me, i'm in the white
Crown Vic and i'm racing a BMW of some sort. I can't tell what model, the
kid took the markings off.
I ran 15.460 at 90.33 MPH.
My car is a stock police interceptor, no upgrades as of now.
This was at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, Pa.
Crown Victoria - K&N FIPK II Cold Air Intake
A few clips showing how the K&N FIPK II looks and sounds on my 2001 Crown
Victoria. You can definitely hear it when merging and accelerating but it
is very quiet and tame when driving around town. I haven't seen any huge
performance gains (didn't really expect any), but it sounds great and my
ScanGauge tells me I have gained 1 or 2 mpg.
2001 Ford Crown Victoria police interceptor Jmod 0-70
2001 CVPI After doing Jmod to the 4R70W transmission. im submiting this
video of what the results and gains were from it im not 100% sure but it
looks to me like i began accelerating at 0:51 and reached 70mph at 1:01 so
0-70 in 10 seconds maybe. not Super fast but works for me.