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Supercharged Mercury Mountaineer Burnout Boosted Mountaineer

A supercharged Mercury Mountaineer with Brodix Racing heads, Precision Industries Torque Converter, a custom set of Torque Monster Headers, Full Comp Cams kit, Manley Push Rods, 4.10 gears, custom lowered suspension, Fiberglassed dashboard with Clarion NICE, DVD, GPS and much more.


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Brenspeed Supercharged Mountaineer Adrenalin Sport Trac Explorer Supercharger
Brenspeed conversion on SUV's and SUT's. Saleen Superchargers.

Supercharged Mercury Mountaineer 2
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Supercharged Mercury Mountaineer, 'Boosted Mountaineer'
A supercharged Mercury Mountaineer with Brodix Racing heads, Precision Industries Torque Converter, a custom set of Torque Monster Headers, Full Comp Cams kit, Manley Push Rods, 4.10 gears, custom lowered suspension, Fiberglassed dashboard with Clarion NICE, DVD, GPS and much more. Boosted mountaineer, sound sensations

Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer Vs. Honda Accord NHTSA Full Frontal Impact
A full-frontal test performed at 96 Km/h Explorer Driver-Passenger HIC 190-293 Chest G's 37-44 Left Femur 579-361 Right Femur 211-2049 Accord Driver-Passenger HIC 646-437 Chest G's 45-50 Left Femur 1176-93 Right Femur 1235-169

Transmission Problems (Mountaineer/Explorer)
I own a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer and I have been experiencing some tranny problems with it. My transmission refuses to shift past 45 mph causing a lot of problems for me. According to many auto review websites this car and the Ford Explorer counterpart are not strangers to this sort of problem.

Crash Test 2002 - 2005 Ford Explorer / Mercury Mountaineer / Lincoln Aviator IIHS Frontal Impact
Ford Explorer 2002-05 models mfg. after Oct. 2001 results also apply to: 2003-05 Lincoln Aviator | 2002-05 Mercury Mountaineer (mfg. after Oct. 2001) FRONTAL OFFSET TEST OVERALL EVALUATION: Good Structure/safety cage Injury measures Restraints/dummy kinematics Head/neck Chest Leg/foot, left Leg/foot, right Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good Important: Frontal crash test ratings can be compared only among vehicles of similar weight. Test details: The Ford Explorer 4-door (except the Sport Trac model) and the Mercury Mountaineer were redesigned for the 2002 model year. Explorers and Mountaineers manufactured after October 2001 include structural changes to improve occupant protection in frontal offset crashes (note: information about when a specific vehicle was manufactured is on the certification label typically affixed to the car on or near the driver door). The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has evaluated the crashworthiness of a 2002 Explorer with the structural changes in a 40 mph frontal offset crash test into a deformable barrier. The Explorer and Mountaineer have been re-engineered for the 2006 model year, and the Aviator has been dropped. Restraints/dummy kinematics — Dummy movement was well controlled. During rebound, the dummy's head hit the roof rail, window frame, and B-pillar. Injury measures — Measures taken from the head, neck, and chest indicate low risk of injuries to these body regions in a crash of this severity. Forces on the right tibia indicate that injuries to the lower leg would be possible. Head accelerations from the roof rail, window frame, and B-pillar hits were negligible.

Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer Vs. Honda Accord NHTSA-Style Side Impact
An NHTSA-Style side impact performed at 54 Km/h Explorer Driver-Passenger HIC 65-122 Chest G's 17-14 Left Femur 356-148 Right Femur 358-111 Accord Driver-Rear Passenger HIC 250-568 Pelvis Deceleration (g's) 77

Differential Problems (Mountaineer/Explorer)
My truck has been making this constant ticking sound from one of the rear tires. I took it into a mechanic and found out the rear differential was making all that noise. It turns out a few teeth have broken off the gears and metal shavings were coming off as a result of both poor lubrication and harsh winters. In addition that I had to replace many other parts on the truck as they were rusted out. My rear axle was rusted out and on the verge of collapse and my CV boot and driveshaft had to be replaced. Total repair cost: $1100.00 (with used/refurbished parts) I brought this vehicle up from Georgia where snow and salt are practically nonexistent to a place battered by harsh winters and road salt. Vehicle was spotless when brought up but it was eaten up in the course of three years. Always rustproof your car, do this for the longevity of the parts in your vehicle or else you will face costly repairs in the future.

Ford Explorer rolls while doing burnout in a paddock
Ford Explorer rolls while doing donuts in a paddock the morning after a 21st party.

Ford Explorer & Mercury Mountaineer: Removing & Replacing Heater Core : Ford Explorer & Mercury Mountaineer: Recharging Air Conditioning
Recharging the air conditioning is one of the final procedures you must perform after replacing the car's heater core. Learn to recharge the air conditioning properly from a certified mechanic in this free automotive video.

Ford Explore 5.0 v8 whipple supercharger
Ford explorer v8 limited 5.0 , Edelbrock Performer RPM Cylinder Heads, custom Hedders, kb pistons, Cap Girdles, original cam, Baumann transmission kit.

Saleen Supercharged Mountaineer Explorer Brenspeed
Saleen Supercharger conversion on a 2008 Explorer

Explorer Burnout
My girl's '01 Ford Explorer. I had to put new tires on it anyway

99'' Explorer 5.0L w/ True Duals - FINALLY UPDATED WITH SPECS
This was filmed when I built this EX in 2006 when I was seventeen...it was my highschool ride. ITS 2WD BTW - FRONT LIFT: Doetsch Tech 3" lift spindles + 3" torsion twist - REAR LIFT: 6" Spring Over Axel conversion - TIRES: 295/65/16 BFG All-Terrains - ROOF RACK: Surco Safari - Exhaust: True true true duals with NO cats at all, all custom fab - HEADLIGHTS: Custom fab C6 Corvette projectors (watch my video on the headlights for more) Thats everything

Supercharged Explorer Dyno
Hi, This is a quick Vid of my explorer on the Dyno, Unfortunately it kept shifting early at 4500 rpm even with the overdrive off, Will post another vid as soon as I get the sct software to hold the gear & tune it to shift at 5500. So far at 4400 rpm its making 280 rwhp & 341 RWTQ. Here's a chart comparing old set up with 4-4.5 psi (Blue Line) to new setup 7-8 psi (Red line) . Notice at 3400 rpm with the new pulley its making 50 RWHP more all the way till it finished at 4400 http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/jj34/ITNES101/OldDynoVSNewDyno.png

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