• Sign Up! To view all forums and unlock additional cool features

    Welcome to the #1 Explorer ST Forum and Explorer ST community dedicated to Explorer ST owners and enthusiasts. Register for an account, it's free and it's easy, so don't hesitate to join the Explorer ST Forum today!

Steeda Police Interceptor

Messages
164
Reactions
63
Points
27
Location
Arden Hills, MN, USA
#1
Last edited:

Dale5403

Active Member
Messages
771
Reactions
491
Points
182
Location
Mondovi, WI, USA
#2
In reading this article 2 things surprised me. First no word of what the performance upgrade amounted to HP wise. Second was the picture of the rear sway bar. It doesn't look like they did any thing to address the missing bolt for the rear end.


 

Messages
43
Reactions
24
Points
2
Location
Bowie, MD, USA
Vehicle
2021 Explorer ST
#3
In reading this article 2 things surprised me. First no word of what the performance upgrade amounted to HP wise. Second was the picture of the rear sway bar. It doesn't look like they did any thing to address the missing bolt for the rear end.


Nice catch! Maybe not really a big deal after all?
 

Messages
43
Reactions
24
Points
2
Location
Bowie, MD, USA
Vehicle
2021 Explorer ST
#6
Not for them, the repair if necessary doesn't come out or their pocket. Just sayin
Agreed. Just pointing out that Ford is not making special exceptions for the police version that was speculated somewhere in the 5,000 posts regarding bolt fracture.
 

OP
Garda934
Messages
164
Reactions
63
Points
27
Location
Arden Hills, MN, USA
Thread Starter #7
It maybe a stock photo of the rollbar from another Explorer and not that police interceptor. I know my departments one and only 2020 PI has all the bolts. Then again it could be:unsure:
 

CareerFiremanGuy

Active Member
Firefighter/EMT
Messages
830
Reactions
410
Points
182
Location
USA
Vehicle
2022 Ford Explorer ST
#8
Nice catch! Maybe not really a big deal after all?
Exactly.

Not for them, the repair if necessary doesn't come out or their pocket. Just sayin
From a safety standpoint, it's not about who pays for the repair, it's about the potential danger of something breaking while on a pursuit.

... Ford is not making special exceptions for the police version that was speculated somewhere in the 5,000 posts regarding bolt fracture.
"5,000 posts" Lol

But the 3.3L PIU's are getting the bushing and axle cover replaced.
 

blythkd

New Member
U.S. Marine Veteran
Law Enforcement
Messages
3
Reactions
1
Points
2
Location
Fredericksburg, VA, USA
Vehicle
2020 Ford Explorer ST
#9
My '17 PPV with the 3.5 EB is set to be retired soon and replaced by what I am hoping will be a '23 with the 3.0 EB, rather than a Dodge Durango/Hemi. I love the looks/power/handling of my ST, although I did add the Whipple/ZFG/Steeda sway-bar/H&R springs. I do not think DHS uses Steeda for the PPV up-fit, but it would be pretty cool, especially with the tune installed as well.
 

Attachments



Top