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hey haha i am not really new, but to the V8 4.6L's i am, I just got a 02 Crown vic P71, (police car, not a CV that looks like a cop car) wuts HP and TQ? :rolleyes: yeah its heavy but very fun to drive!!!! (and to keep the miles off my pony.;) )
 

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POST WHORE lol
 

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Dat's cool. Dunno where to help you there..they are fun to drive though. I have a cuz that's a narc agent, let me drive his car...it was fast for a car that size.
 

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• Alternator, heavy duty 135-amp maximum
output, 82-amp at idle w/unique drive pulley
for improved charging system
• Axle ratio, rear 3.27:1 with non-locker
differential
• Battery, extra heavy-duty, 78 amp-hr (750
CCA) with heat shield
• Conventional headliner without grab handles
• Cooling Package; Police level, with 8 blade
plastic fan, dual speed electrodrive fan motor
and lower radiator air dam
• Decklid release located on instrument
panel, direct to battery (gasoline fueled
vehicles only)
• Drive shaft, aluminum 3-1/2" heavy-duty
and heavy-duty u-joints (n/a with Natural
Gas Vehicles)
• Engine, gasoline, 4.6L overhead cam, SEFI
V8, unique with Police Pursuit calibration
including increased idle speed for improved
charging system output and cooling
• Increased horsepower, to 235 @4750 RPM
and torque, to 275 Lbs/Ft @ 4000 RPM
• Engine oil cooler
• Personal safety system – includes safety belt
pretensioners, front dual stage air bags and
seat position sensors
• Power steering gear, heavy duty, unique, for
improved road feel, with front-mounted oil
cooler, without speed sensitive variable assist
• Front seats, cloth bucket – manual reclining
with anti-stab plate driver/passenger, with
power lumbar on driver’s side and weapons
cut-outs
• Suspension, police, heavy duty front and rear
springs, shock absorbers and stabilizer bars
• Tires, P225/60R16-97V Goodyear BSW, allseason
speed rated with conventional spare
• Transmission oil cooler, external, front
mounted
• Wiring, courtesy lamp
• Accessory feed wires, police:
· One ignition feed (3 connectors, 30-amp fuse)
· One direct feed (3 connectors, 50-amp fuse)
CROWN VICTORIA POLICE INTERCEPTOR FEATURES
https://www.fleet.ford.com/downloads/specvehpolice/police.pdf
 

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just found that... any of you big boy 8's know anything that i can do for cheap to boot up a little vic?
 

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my police car has a 160 mph speedometer :p

lol, sweet car, i wish mine still had the spot light on the a-pillar (had to be taken off for the a-pillar gauges)
 

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I know they top out at 138..or something right around there. I was riding with a deputy friend of mine one night and a motorcycle was flying through Arkansas so they called us for help. Dude crossed the bridge at 140+. We got behind him on 4 lane and floored it...wouldn't go over the speedometer. Kept shutting off..gay thing. We finally found the guy, only motorcycle in town with a glowing red engine lol
 

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Nah, it's more fun to look like a cop driving down the road. Just keep the car mostly stock looking and you'll have a ton of fun with people
 

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I used to scare ppl with my old car. Had radio, cb, and cell phone antenna all on the trunk...people were scared to pass me
 

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I wonder why the engine has less hp than a GT?
 
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