with higher compression pistons
Police Package (9c1) had 5.7
The 1977 Chevy Caprice with a 350 had 170 h.p. and I think you will find that the police package car had the same h.p, but I am not 100% sure. The police package included handling and cooling upgrades but I think that it still only had 170 h.p.
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The bolt pattern of all Caprice 1991-1996 is 5X127.0mm 12mmX1.5mm More info at link
in the trunk behind the seats
rpo #9c1 police package with dash switch near radio
Top Speed of a 96 9C1 with LT1 engine...... 151MPH
You will be looking at an engine overhaul which can cost $2,500 to $3,000.
Blow-by (Bad engine rings)
police pakages for this year and into 1996 came with either 4.3 or 5.7 liter engines. The 4,3 l has 200 horse while the 5.7 l has 260 horses.
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Actually yes it will. Caprice/Impalas from 1977-1996 Share the same basic chassis. It will fit, also how do I know for a fact? I have a 9c1 rear end in my 88 caprice. Also just about any and all Suspension parts from a 91-96 caprice/impala will work with a 77-90 caprice/impala. However you will now have two different bolt patterns, unless you have a 80's 9c1 police package caprice which I believe did come with the same 5x5 bolt pattern as the 91's caprice/impalas
It was rated at 210HP.
Look for a blockage in the exhaust, most likely the cat, or a pinched pipe.
It came with a 700R-4
Yes. Before u lift try putting them on. I got tha police package ( already higher) but my rims fit fine, no problems turning except harshest angles but uturns ok.
According to GM's current electronic parts catalog the z56 option on 1997 and up models "chassis package, police conversion, police package "
210hp The 1998 Crown Vic police package has the same engine as the civilian model. The civilian model equipped with the HPP/sport package (which adds dual exhaust) has the same horsepower rating as the "police" package. Base models have 190hp.
A stock Caprice has a 5.0 engine( the 305), the Police (actually called the 9C1 Caprice) Caprice has an Lt1 350, a very powerful motor that is easily modified. the 9C1 Caprice also has upgraded heavy duty sway bars, suspension, and axles with its 5 x 5 truck bolt pattern as opposed to stock 5 x 4.75 pattern. But there was also a Caprice Classic LT version which also had a LT1 V8 5.7L in 1996. And After the 1996 GM (General Motor Company) Changed that Caprice Into the Impala SS. But that Impala SS had sportier Leather Seats than LT version and Rear disk brakes, better than the drum brakes the LT's have.
look at the vin # if it has p71 in it then its a police package art paddystaxi.com
On my caprice I know because it was a police car it used R-12 and it can't be bought in stores. Only mechanics are authorized to carry it!
its likely a 2.73 or police edition 3.08
THE POLICE PACKAGE IS ONLY 4 THE POLICE MEN wit the 5.7 hemi the police package has the srt8 suspension whick is an improvement over the r/t and other civilian chargers also you can get a 129 mph chip or a 149 mph chip in the police package the 129 mph chip allows the use of a h rated (130mph) tire the 149mph must have a v rated (149mph ) tire to comply with federal guidlines. also severe duty cooling And vinyl rear seats.