Mustang 2v to 4v engine swap highlights.
Just some highlights from my writeup. Swapping the stock GT 2v to a 4v. Follow the link to my write up. https://facebook.com/notes/warhorse-Mustang-club/installing-a-4v-46l-for- a-2v/497566943605913/ http://www.Mustangmodders.com/forum/content.php? 115-Ford-4-6L-2v-to-4v-Mark-VIII-Swap
1996 Lincoln Mark VIII Seafoam Treatment
I seafoamed my 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII today. I haven't done it in a while and it shows. There was a lot of smoke this time. The white '97 Mark VIII LSC next to it is much cleaner. The last time I seafoamed it, there was very little smoke. According to the descriptions on the can, Seafoam is supposed to break up carbon deposits and clean the induction system, valves, tops of pistons, etc. It is also supposed to get rid of the rotten egg smell associated with clogged catalytic converters. Fortunately, my cats are still in pretty good shape. I don't know if Seafoam really works, but I know my engine runs smoother after a treatment. And it sure is fun to watch! Note: Eventually, I'm going to make a more detailed step-by-step video with someone else holding the camera. This was obviously done very quickly. Next time, I plan to use 3 bottles. One for the crankcase, one for the intake, and one for the gas tank. Now, you've got to remember to change your oil IMMEDIATELY after seafoaming your crankcase. Or else the stuff will destroy your seals and gaskets. Running it through the oil is like high performance Motor Flush. It cleans the crap outta your engine block.
1 Owner Lincoln Mark VIII 8 36,000 Original Miles Coupe In Tech 4.6 V8 GT LSC
Lincoln Mark VIII or Mark 8 http://www.1ownercarguy.com and this is The nicest Lincoln Mark VIII You are Going to come Across. This is a 1 Owner car and only has 36,000 Original Miles! The car is Seriously Amazong You wont Find Another this CLean This nice or Low of Mile. Make sure and Watch My Video I am sure to go all around it and Show any and all details etc. If you see something You like on My channel Call Me It is For Sale I dont have as many Car reviews as the Big Guys or Reviewers. But I buy and tinker and Invest in ALL of the cars on my channel besides a random one I may see on a Small street..;-) Make sure and Subscribe I have a Massive amount of Classic EURO and Muscle cars on here and I sell them Cheap! Also on my channel you will find Videos of REAL Cereal Marshmallows The Automotive world is not the only are i LOVE You will see a wide Variety of Cool Videos on My Channel Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy Call Anytime Nathan 406 544 6919 http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.Cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com Make sure and SUBSCRIBE on Facebook and Linkedin I will put links Below I post Lots of Pictures and Updates & Things I cannot do here on Youtube so your missing out..;-) Cheers! From Wikipedia The Lincoln Mark VIII is a large, rear-wheel drive grand touring luxury coupe built from 1993 to 1998. It was the successor of the Mark VII. The Mark VIII was built at Ford's Wixom, Michigan assembly plant and was based on the FN10 platform, a relative of the MN12 platform which underpinned the 1989-1997 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar. The Mark VIII was a larger car than its predecessor, the Mark VII, being about five inches longer at 207.3 inches and nearly four inches wider at 74.8 inches. The car also had a wheelbase of 113.0 inches (2,870 mm), over four inches (102 mm) longer than the Mark VII's, which afforded greater interior space and ride quality. In spite of its larger overall size, the Mark VIII's base curb weight was slightly lighter than the Mark VII at a little over 3,750 lb (1,700 kg). Like the Mark VII, the Mark VIII featured a unibody construction with a high-strength roof capable of withstanding 5000 lbs of pressure, heavy-gauge steel door beams to protect against side impacts, front and rear crumple zones, dual front-side airbags and four wheel anti-lock disc brakes. Like the similar Thunderbird and Cougar, the Mark VIII featured a short-long arm (SLA) four-wheel independent suspension with front and rear stabilizer bars and a standard computer-controlled air suspension with sensors to automatically lower the ride height at high speed, enhancing the car's aerodynamic efficiency. Powering the Mark VIII was an all-new, all-aluminum 4.6 L DOHC 32-valve V8. The engine was the first of its kind in Ford's Modular engine family. The 4.6 L V8 produced 280 hp (210 kW) @ 5500 rpm and 285 lb·ft (386 N·m) of torque @ 4500 rpm and required premium grade 91-octane fuel for optimum performance. Handling the V8's power was the 4R70W 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The Mark VIII's rear axle ratio was 3.07:1. The Mark VIII also featured standard chrome dual Exhaust tips and 16-inch cast aluminum wheels. The Mark VIII features a 140-mph speedometer, an electronic message center (giving time, compass heading, fuel efficiency, engine oil life, and various other vehicle-related warnings and information), automatic climate control, cruise control, leather seating surfaces, six-way power driver and passenger seats with power lumbar supports, a two position memory for the power driver's seat, power door locks, heated power mirrors, power windows with a driver's side express-down feature, illuminated keyless entry with remote, automatic headlamps, an AM/FM stereo-cassette radio, and an automatic power antenna. Options included a power moonroof, electrochromic automatic dimming mirrors (which filtered out headlight glare from behind), an AM/FM stereo-CD player, a 10-disc CD changer, and a JBL speaker system. For 1995 the Mark VIII received a slightly updated instrument panel along with a new radio design. Arriving midyear was a new LSC (Luxury Sport Coupe) model: a re-tuned version of the standard 4.6 L DOHC V8, now marketed under the name InTech regardless of model, with a true dual Exhaust and produced 290 hp (220 kW) @ 5750 rpm and 295 lb·ft (400 N·m) of torque @ 4500 rpm. The Mark VIII LSC used the same 4R70W automatic transmission as the standard Mark VIII but featured a more aggressive rear axle ratio of 3.27:1. The brochure for the 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC claims a zero to 60 mph acceleration time of 7.5 seconds. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)