Lethal delivers the Performance
Our friends over at Lethal Performance shared the following information about their New Exclusive Gen-3 Rotor Upgrade for the Whipple 2.9L Twin Screw Supercharger. This upgrade kit sounds like exactly what the twin-screw market has been looking for, and it’s going to be very interesting to see how far early adopters will be able to push the performance envelope. Best of all, if you were thinking about pulling the trigger on a new Whipple kit you can get the Gen-3 upgrade for a mere $200 extra. That’s a no-brainer in my book. Check out the full details below, and give Lethal Performance a call ordering details.
Lethal Working for Hurricane Relief.
By SID297 and Lethal Performance
Hurricane Harvey has done significant damage already and continues to beat down on Texas. Not only do we send our thoughts & best wishes, but we want to do more & we want your help.
All Good Things
Our journey with Project Triple Threat comes to an end, but yours may just be beginning.
Premium ‘Triple Yellow’ Whipple Supercharged 5.0L with just 1,650 miles and over $20k worth of extras! — “Great build with a great price!”
As always happens with these builds, SVTP’s Project Triple Threat has come to an end. With new performance vehicles from Ford on the horizon it’s time for us to make some room in the garage. PTT has always been garage kept and has lived a pampered life. The OEM plastic is still on the carpet. The vinyl wrap has changed a few times. I will post a separate reply with pics as she sits right now.
Like it’s Hot
Lethal Performance drops its hot hatch with Eibach’s Pro-Kit springs
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Lethal Performance
Ford Performance engineers sharpen all aspects a vehicle to make it perform better than its base counterparts. For enthusiasts, this higher level of performance is just a better jumping off point. That is definitely the case with Lethal Performance, which is known to jump headfirst into modding a new project, whether it is a Focus ST or a Shelby GT350.
Lethal Performance upgrades its blown GT350 with a McLeod Racing clutch
By Steve Turner
Combine the high-winding Voodoo 5.2-liter engine with a whiff on nitrous and it’s no surprise that you might find a fusible link in the driveline. In the case of Lethal Performance’s Shelby GT350 project, that link was the factory clutch.