Supercharged 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
This was my 1998 Supercharged Lincoln Mark VIII on 40lb 18" wheels, street
tires, with 3.08 gears and an open diff. Not exactly setup for drag racing
but it mustered a 14.17. It was otherwise stock with a Novi 1000 kit from a
2001 Cobra. This was taken at Orlando Speed World. Thank you Dana for the
Best prices on header wrap, Exhaust
wrap, silicone hose and other turbo
12 sec Mark VIII outside and in
A pair of 12.5 second passes in my Mark VIII, one from outside the car, one
from inside. The blue light you see on the dash indicates the water/meth
system is active, the red light indicates the Nitrous system is active. Both go green when in
use. The greenish rectangle with numbers in it near the bottom of the
console is the air/fuel meter. For a brief second you can see the remote
that I use to control all of this, NO extra switches in my Mark VIII!
1994 Lincoln Mark VIII With A Strutmasters Air Suspension Conversion (Part 1 of 2 Install Video)
This 1994 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.
Twin turbo lincoln vs procharged notchback mustang
Just some fooling around after work. We knew what the outcome would be
since he trapped a lot better than me. Still trying to figure out movie
maker. Tried to slow down the credits but obviously that didn't work too
Gramps the 11 Second Car - Build Part 5
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not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you
how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a
qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.