The scattering properties of spin-polarized Fermi gases are dominated by p-wave interactions. In addition to the inherent angular dependence, these interactions also differ from their s-wave counterparts in that they also require the presence of finite coverage to understand the low-energy properties of the system. In this article, we show how the shear viscosity and thermal conductivity of a three-dimensional spin-polarized Fermi gas in the normal phase depend on the effective range and scattering volume in both the weakly and strongly interacting limits. Examine you. Shear viscosity and thermal conductivity both depend explicitly on the effective range near resonance, whereas the Prandtl number, which parameterizes the ratio of momentum to thermal diffusivity, both at resonance and the weak interaction at low frequencies to have no explicit interaction dependencies. energy limit. In contrast to s-wave systems, p-wave scattering exhibits additional resonance with weak attraction from quasi-bound states at positive energies, leading to a pronounced decrease in shear viscosity at certain temperatures.