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Old 11-11-2003, 07:12 PM   #1
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hey big 8 boys, I have a question for ya'll. Whats the HP on a 95 Crown Vic P71 4.6L V8?? i got one just want to see how much HP. thanks.
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Not sure man, I would imagine around 225 or so??? That is what the pre 99 Mustang 4.6s had... :
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A quick way to boost hp on those engines is to put 99+ PI heads on them, should bring them to at least 260 hp.
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mm thanks man
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it was rated 210 w/dual exhaust.

Even putting 96-98 heads on it is a major increase,
those port up to flow a good bit better than the
PI heads flow unported. PI heads are almost too big
for a 4.6, they also come on 5.4's.... the ones I have
here say 5.4 on them!
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get new heads, a cam, a new intake manifold, and a blower. that thing would fly for under $5,000
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For under 5000 you could just buy yourself a 99+ 4.6L. All 4.6L have at least 2 cams, one for each head. DOHCs have 2 cams for each head of coursem also 4 valves for each cylinder.
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get new heads, a cam, a new intake manifold, and a blower. that thing would fly for under $5,000
The 96-98 heads ported are best on a bigger heavy car,
99^ GT cams offer a huge increase, with those heads
ported and those cams, it's nearly a 300 BHP setup!
The aluminum intakes can be ported wildly, big TB's
fit and blowers would go on there with some fab work.
Just use the stock shortblock (police issue might be stronger)
and do all this, instant ~400 RWHP setup
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I threw your name out on www.modularfords.com once when someone asked about head porting, but they all seem to like some place called TJs or something like that??
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I don't specialize in modular, but even in the V6 world I am one of the
few (if not the only) one who has his own flowbench. Many of the bigger
modular shops do though, at least the ones in the magazines.
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