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
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.
Lincoln mark Viii top speed
Mark Viii, chipped, intake, no cats, glasspacks, ported polished heads,
interior fully gutted.
And catalytic converters are just some liberal bullshit. Thanks for viewing
1994 Lincoln Mark VIII - Aftermarket Airstruts Fastbag - RezMax Rekordz Ryde
I know about the AUDIO DELAY...sorry. I didn't check the audio sync first
before exporting and uploading from Adobe Premiere. I have no idea why it
happened but too busy to fix it.
These air struts were bought used from Craigslist for $200. I paid $200 for
welding both struts. Cut the stock air manifold from the stock struts to
act as a strut adapter plate. The struts are from Airbagit.com and were for
a 2001 acura. I had to modify them a lot to make them work on my 1994
Lincoln Mark VIII. Originally I modified the stock Air Struts to handle
1/2" Air hoses. The were very slow and were dry rotted. It was time for a
replacement so I decided to upgrade to bags meant for fast inflation.
1998 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
LSC. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of
this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique
styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details
of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Lincoln Suspension Parts - Fix Your Air Suspension Problems
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the road. That comes at a price. When the Lincoln struts or the Lincoln air
springs go out. The car is nearly impossible to drive. Suncore provides all
the solutions for your air suspension repair. Whether you maintain the air
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Lincoln Mark VIII Fast Bag Setup
"SET-UP: 6 valves - 4 SMCs for fill and two small Snap Tite (3/32" orifice)
valves for dump.
The front and rear were set up to raise for one second each. The rear goes
way too high if not slowed down. The front goes too high as well. The car
was also timed to dump for six seconds. The second portion of this video
shows the whole car raising off a one-second pulse. The rear still was a
bit fast and goes a little high. I installed a ball vavlve on each bag to
slow it down. Dump was set for three seconds."
Found this somewhere, this isn't my car!
Lincoln Mark VIII Suspension - Normal Day with Fastbag
An example of a normal day with a fastbag conversion system. I raise the
car with the alarm button, drive off and return. As I arrive, I drop the
car back down to the ground. I then get out and do it all over again from
my transmitter while I grab a closer angle.
1993-98 Lincoln Mark VIII With A Strutmasters Air Suspension Conversion (Part 2 of 2 Install Video)
This Lincoln Mark VIII Had A Sagging Air Suspension. Lou Santiago
Converted It To A Non Air Suspension Using Strutmasters Air Suspension
Conversion Kit. Strutmasters Kits Are Designed To Bolt On Without
Modification And Provide A Great Ride. If You Are Having Issues With Your
Lincoln Air Suspension, Get One Of These Strutmasters Kits.