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Old 04-01-2010, 03:53 PM
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pinto, crown vic, few others
Crown Vic? It'* a big car. Therefore you tiny car theory is busted.
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Old 04-01-2010, 03:55 PM
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oh it'* fine for taking hits thats why the cops use them however for a little while on the new style ones say 99 up they had a serious issue with getting hit in the back hence the nickname of cop killer
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Still, somebody said they'd rather be in a big car not a box. The size of the car doesn't matter, it'* how it'* built.
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i've never been in a vic by choice
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I've never been in a Vic. Now...get back to my headlights sir!
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Old 04-01-2010, 04:23 PM
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hehehehe will be working oin them when i get to Iowa easier to find the headlights i need to modify them using acura integra lows
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New SHO is crazy to drive. It feels nothing like the big heavy sedan that it is. Plenty of power, and it handles like you wouldnt believe.

Originally Posted by Velo View Post
Always be carefull buying a turbocharged engine and with 2 of them be very carefull.
It is much easier to change a supercharger than a turbucharger.
Just my experience.
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not really. Turbocharged engines and supercharged engines will last plenty long as long as they are taken care of, and as long as you know what you are doing, turbochargers are a breeze to rebuild.
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Oh ok.

Now, back to the SHO talk.
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