1997 Mark VIII LSC Cherry Bomb Dual Exhaust

This is my wife's 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC with new Cherry Bomb dual Exhaust. It has had the 3rd cat removed and replaced with an H-Pipe and a pair of Cherry Bomb glasspack mufflers in place of the originals. I think it sounds quite menacing. And so does everyone who has heard it. And my wife loves it!

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98 Mark VIII Exhaust Sound w/Magnaflow Mufflers
Here is a short sound clip of my 1998 Mark VIII which now has 2.5" mandrel bent Exhaust from catback, 3rd cat and the resonator were removed and x-pipe was installed instead, Converted to true dual Exhaust like the LSC models, got rid of factory mufflers and swapped them out for stainless steel Magnaflow Mufflers but factory tips were still kept.





Mark VIII Exhaust- Straight Pipes
1998 Lincoln Mark VIII Factory LSC Exhaust with straight pipes and factory tips welded in place of mufflers





Mark VIII Straight Pipe Exhaust
A couple video clips of my Marks Straight Pipes





1997 Mark VIII with custom Dynomax Ultra-Flo X muffler exhaust
edit: For you guys asking about the wheels, I bought them from http://www.thecustomwheelshop.com/ where they drill the wheels in this car's bolt pattern, about 3 years ago. I don't think they carry these wheels anymore but you can still hub-swap and buy the same ones for Mustangs. The site still has other nice wheels to choose from though. Check it out. Dynomax Ultra-Flo X muffler ( part # 17553 ), Ractive oval s/s tips, mandrel-bent 2.5" cat-back by CM Performance Exhaust shop in Margate, FL. Not the most exciting video, but just a general clip of what the Dynomax Ultra-Flo X sounds like on these cars. I had thought about a Magnaflow X muffler but are a little quieter at cruising speeds from experience. For now, just factory manifolds and catalytic converters but plan on mid-length or longtube headers (if they go into production) later this year. Wheels are 18" deep dish Bullitts from CustomWheelShop, drilled for this bolt pattern. Any questions, drop me a line...




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