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Scream Machine
12-06-2005, 10:27 PM
1997 32 valve DOHC from a Lincoln MARK 8
35,000 miles when removed, runs awesome
includes complete harness and pcm from vehicle
$1500.00 email: RonnieS@sc.rr.com

Mystic_Cobra
12-20-2005, 01:16 AM
Do you know what the HP/Tq ratings are on this engine? Is it a 8-bolt or 6-bolt crank?

johnbasf
12-20-2005, 04:08 PM
Anyway, the intakes, cranks, and cams are different. The block is the same. The Lincon engine has a cast crank however, I don't know if it's an 8 bolt crank or a 6 bolt crank. If the Lincoln engine does has a 6 bolt crank you will need to get an 8 bolt flexplate to fit your Cobra engine. from the Corral

It most definitely has a 6 bolt crank. The tranny in the Lincoln is also controlled by the computer, which your car cannot do. You will need a standalone (Like the Baumannator) to make it work. Do some research before you buy one. They aren't all the same. also from the Corral

I the HP between 260-290 Jimmy.(at the crank)

Try here Jimmy..... http://www.markviii.org/htdocs/dc/dcboard.php

Mystic_Cobra
12-20-2005, 06:24 PM
I think I'll stick with Cobra engines. Still trying to decide if I'm going to buy a factory Cobra or Mach engine and save my original for a future rebuild OR rebuild the original and stick it back in. I'm pretty sure I want to stick with a mod motor and I don't want to be out of commision long enough to miss any race weekends. I know my 160,000 mile stock engine won't last forever.

tazzracing1
12-20-2005, 09:22 PM
260 hp from my manual

TypeR632
12-22-2005, 11:03 PM
The mark VIII blocks (93-98) are Teksid's if I am not mistaken. I've seen this block sell for BIG bucks.

Scream Machine
01-06-2006, 06:28 PM
Do you know what the HP/Tq ratings are on this engine? Is it a 8-bolt or 6-bolt crank? Sorry for taking so long to respond... This is a 6 bolt crank. I know a few guys who use these 97 short bocks with power adders and seem to like them. They make good power with low boost.