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.
Whipple powered GT500 built to fly.
It’s been said that speed is the only truly modern sensation. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons we gearheads are so drawn to massive power numbers and triple-digit top-end runs? One thing is for certain, there has never been a better time to live for those who want to be on the cutting edge of top speed street car performance. With each of the big three producing massively powered blown cars in the last couple years, those want to hit a buck-fifty plus need only have a bit of a fearless streak a straight/open strip of asphalt. But what happens when bolt on levels of high-speed performance just aren’t cutting it anymore? It’s time to build.
One supercharger to rule them all.
It’s a war that’s been raging for years, the battle of the Mustang blowers. Kenne Bell and Whipple are the traditional combatants on the positive displacement side, but VMP has certainly been making waves with their 2.3L TVS units. It just so happens that SVTP Member 302project posted a video of a 4.0 Whipple powered Boss 302 Vs 4.7 Kenne Bell’s GT500 Vs a 2.3 VMP TVS equipped GT500.
Steeda unleashes murdered-out Mustangs with over 800 horsepower
By Steve Turner
The beauty of the Mustang platform is its adaptability. Owners can paint its canvas to create the masterpiece of their dreams. Some like to do the work themselves and create something that screams out for attention. Others enjoy picking up a fully realized package that is a bit more under the radar. The latter is just what Steeda Vehicles is offering as part of its 2017 lineup—a special limited run of black on black Mustangs.
Installing a Whipple supercharger on a 5.0 F-150 delivers over 500 rwhp
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of ID Motorsports
There has always been a strong interest in hot rodding Ford’s ever-popular F-150 pickup. Even the Blue Oval’s performance divisions can’t resist rolling out hopped up versions like the Lightning and Raptor. These days, however, the V-8 version of the trucks has a lot in common with the Mustang and that means they both like superchargers.