Whipple gets bigger and more efficient.
By Lethal Performance
The new Stranger Things season just dropped this weekend, prompting fans to flood social media with excitement in the form of memes, watch parties and theories. What does that have to do with Whipple & Lethal Performance? Nothing, really… or does it? In the show, an alternate universe exists parallel to the human world called The Upside Down (RIP Barb). Here’s where the tie in comes… ready?? Perhaps the engineers over at Whipple Superchargers used their own Netflix binge as inspiration for their latest & greatest 3.0L Whipple supercharger for the new 2018 Mustang GT because the supercharger is UPSIDE DOWN. Mind blown, right? Just like its entertainment counterpart, this upside down creation houses quite a monster….a 900+ horsepower monster to be exact.
Vaughn unleashes his latest creation.
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 26, 2017 — After extensive testing and design development, the new 2018 Ford Mustang RTR focuses on style, drivability, performance and aerodynamic styling, making it the most dynamic, powerful and expressive Mustang RTR yet. The 2018 Mustang RTR will be available soon through select Ford Dealers globally, offering turnkey packages with over 700 horsepower.
2 Injectors – 1 Cylinder.
The crew over at VMP Performance have, not surprisingly, been digging deep into planning their modification strategy for the 2018 5.0 Coyote V8 Powered Mustang GT. It’s no secret at this point that the 5.0 is due for some major updates, and those changes will bring with them a new set of challenges. To say that VMP is eager to get their hands dirty is an understatement.
Hurt Motor = Build Oportunity.
Most don’t know it, but I have a pretty big soft-spot for SN-95 SVT Cobra Mustangs. As luck would have it, we seems to be going through a small surge in interest in these cars. I’ve seen several really nice ones popping up a shows recently, and was honored to award the SVTPerformance.com Editor’s Choice Award at the inaugural Ponies in the Smokies show to Jonathan Catapano’s highly modified Orange 1998 Cobra. So when I saw that SVTP Member SVT GI (“Jason”) was saving an injured ’97 Cobra I took notice.
Lots of N2O makes up for high altitude.
When it comes down to it, basically everything we do to make more power with our engines involves cramming as many oxygen molecules possible in to their cylinders. However, when dealing with the thinner air found at high-altitudes that job becomes a bit tougher. Superchargers and turbos make a huge difference, but dollar-for-dollar nothing is more effective at introduce a cool/dense oxygen supply than a bottle of nitrous oxide.