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    Stock lopo specs & times

    Been looking around for the stock lopo specs and times, but most websites no longer have information about boxes. The times I was looking for were bone stock quarter mile times or 0-60 times.
    Current rides - 1991 Ford Thunderbird 3.8 v6 (gas saver/DD) - New Heads/Headgaskets with ARP studs, Air Silencer Delete, 70mm MAF, Plasti-dipped Matte Black with a Silver Metalflake Overlay, Muffler Delete, some LED's, 30.233 MPG for high MPG average!
    2006 Jeep Wrangler 4WD (fun vehicle/backup DD) - 4.0/6spd - too many mods to list.

    Associated Panthers:
    Father's 1994 Ford Crown Victoria - Stock, 45,000 miles.
    Sold in 2007 - 1987 Mercury Grand Marquis LS "Grandpa Special" 2 door.

    boxman ran a 18.56 @ 74.98 in his stock 89 vic with dual exhaust and no cats

    1986 lincoln towncar signature series. 5.0 HO with thumper performance ported e7 heads, 1.7 roller rockers, warm air intake, 65mm throttle body, 1/2" intake spacer, ported intakes, 3.73 rear with trac lock, 98-02 front brake conversion, 92-97 rear disc conversion, 1" rear swaybar, 1 3/16" front swaybar, 16" wheels and tires, loud ass stereo system, badass cb, best time to date 15.94 at 87 mph. lots of mods in the works 221.8 rwhp 278 rwt
    2006 Lincoln Town Car Signature. Stock for now
    1989 Ford F-250 4x4 much much more to come, sefi converted so far.
    1986 Toyota pickup with LSC wheels and 225/60/16 tires.
    2008 Hyundai Elantra future Revcon toad
    1987 TriBurner and 1986 Alaska stokers keeping me warm. (and some pesky oil heat)

    please be patient, rebuilding an empire!


      when my car was totally stock, I used a stopwatch to see the 0-60 time and I got 12.2 seconds...if that helps you at all.
      1989 Ford Crown Victoria


        17.76 1/4 for my 87 LX bone stock
        17.35 1/4 for my 91 GM GS, single exhaust, 2.73 rear gears
        Builder/Owner of Badass Panther Wagons

        Busy maintaining a fleet of Fords


          129 HP on the chassis dyno. Or was it 119? Let's just say 125...

          '85 2-Door Crown Victoria
          302 HO, -0.022" E7 Heads, Weiand Dual Plane Intake, Edelbrock 1406 Carb, Mechanical Fuel Pump, HEI Distributor, 180* T-stat, Transgo Shift Kit, HO Governor, Lokar TV/Throttle Cable Setup, B&M Torq Master 2000 RPM Stall Converter, FRPP Trans Cooler, Mustang Shorty Headers, 2.25" Dual Exhaust, Flowtech H-pipe (no converters), Hooker AeroChamber Mufflers, Side-exit Exhaust w/ Chromed 2.5" Tips, '02 PI F/R Shocks, Cut 2004 PI Front Springs in the Rear, PI Rear Sway Bar, 17" SAP Wheels, 245/50/Z17 Michelin Pilot A/S Tires, Cold A/C, Cruise Control, 4.10 Rear End Gears, Trac Lok Diff.
          '04 Crown Victoria LX Sport, '02 Jeep Liberty
          '83 Suzuki GS 1100E Motorcycle[/color]


            NA ran his 91 on the dyno and I think its like 129 ponies. Rated 150 at the crank so 129 at the wheels sounds pretty much on the money given drivetrain losses, etc.
            86 Lincoln Town Car (Galactica).
            5.0 HO, CompCams XE258,Scorpion 1.72 roller rockers, 3.55 K code rear, tow package, BHPerformance ported E7 heads, Tmoss Explorer intake, 65mm throttle body, Hedman 1 5/8" headers, 2.5" dual exhaust, ASP underdrive pulley

            91 Lincoln Mark VII LSC grandpa spec white and cranberry

            1984 Lincoln Continental TurboDiesel - rolls coal

            Originally posted by phayzer5
            I drive a Lincoln. I can't be bothered to shift like the peasants and rabble rousers


              Originally posted by lincolnmania
              boxman ran a 18.56 @ 74.98 in his stock 89 vic with dual exhaust and no cats
              Yes, and 200+ thousand miles on it...
              '89 Ford LTD Crown Vic - '92 Ford F-150 Custom -
              '95 Ford Bronco XL -

              sigpic :rebel:


                I ran a mid 17 second quarter mile in my old '89 Town Car with 3.08 gears. I don't remember the actual numbers and can't find my timeslips. I'll dig out my Gtech and take my '90 GM for a ride in the morning. (Just 0-60 numbers, because it's not suppose to be on the road. No new dyno numbers since the dual exhaust).

                '90 Mercury Grand Marquis GS
                Baseline 5.0L numbers totally stock, 123 rwhp, 239 rwtq
                5.4L swap coming soon.