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Hellhorse Debuts 2024 Ford Mustang V8 Twin Turbo Kit

As has been the case for generations, the debut of the all-new 2024 Ford Mustang was accompanied by a wave of parts and accessories that pony car owners can purchase and change up the looks of their new ride, or the performance. Ford Performance just pulled the covers off its new supercharger kit for the 2024 Mustang GT – with a Dark Horse kit on the way as well – but those that prefer a different type of boost in their rides can now instead opt for the just-released Hellhorse 2024 Ford Mustang twin-turbo kit, too.

Hellhorse 2024 Ford Mustang V8 Twin Turbo Kit

The new Hellhorse 2024 Ford Mustang twin-turbo kit is compatible with both GT and Dark Horse models and the 5.0L V8 Coyote engine that powers both. It utilizes a mid-mount design that places the turbos above the subframe – making it more of a stealth install – and requires no modifications to OEM components for clearance, except for the need to remove the active grille. It’s essentially like installing a set of headers, albeit while adding quite a bit more power.

Rated to produce upwards of 1,650 horsepower, in fact, this Hellhorse kit comes with a pair of Comp Turbo triplex ball-bearing oil-less turbos, 45mm wastegates, custom 1 3/4″ headers, an air-to-air 6″ race intercooler, 3″ turbo dumps, oxygen sensor extenders, lines, clamps, and all the hardware one needs to complete the installation, all for a cost of $14,000.

Hellhorse 2024 Ford Mustang V8 Twin Turbo Kit

There are, of course, just a couple of caveats – installing this kit requires aftermarket tuning support, which isn’t yet available, and it’s designed for track use only and isn’t road legal under the Clean Air Act. However, with time, it seems certain that not only will tuners be able to dial this new kit in, but we imagine that it – or at least a similar offering – will give owners a road-legal twin turbo setup at some point in the near future.

We’ll have more parts and accessories to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Mustang news and comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. ed

    hell horse.WOW

  2. Roger Mackey

    Giddy up lil pony !!

  3. Dave Mathers

    I remember selling ’79 Mustang GTs with a romping, stomping 162 horse 302!! How things have changed!! LOL

  4. Jake Mangrum

    Yes sir. I’ll drive even if they want!!! 💯

  5. Myk

    Right. Everyone these days wants obscene levels of power in their car, but one trip to youtube shows that most of these people would struggle to keep a stock SN95 from becoming a wreck. People should be realistic about their skill levels and what sort of power to expect from their car, although following that approach would make for an even more boring cars & coffee meet…

  6. kenf60

    no HP estimate?

    1. Crash test dummy

      It said upwards of 1650 hp

  7. Big burnin gas steve

    Y’all move to South Carolina, no vehicle inspection and no emissions testing! God’s country!


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