Hellion will debut its Voodoo twin-turbo system on Engine Power TV
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Hellion Power Systems
Ford Performance engineered the Shelby GT350’s Voodoo engine for spine-tingling rpm on a road course, but that hasn’t stopped the industrious people in the aftermarket from boosting its performance with power adders. So far we have seen centrifugal supercharging, positive-displacement supercharging and nitrous injection.That isn’t the end of the power-adder 5.2-liter tale, however…
This weekend on Engine Power TV, which airs Sunday August 28 at 9:30 a.m. on Spike, Hellion Power Systems will reveal the installation details and dyno results of its new twin-turbo system for the latest Shelby.
“We decided to develop a GT350 system because a car of this magnitude definitely needs to be turbocharged!” John Urist, President of Hellion, explained. “Upon initial investigation we saw that our 2015-2016 GT kit would fit very well with a few changes, so we decided to turbocharge the Voodoo engine.”
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