Lebanon Ford, the same dealer offering customers a brand-new 10-second Mustang for just $60,000, is back for 2018 with an all-new deal. It's called the LFP Hellion, a 2018 Mustang with twin turbos capable of 800 horsepower, all for just $51,995, donor car included.
Like Lebanon Ford's other setups, the build starts with a brand-new base manual Mustang GT. In this case, it's the newly facelifted 2018 model. The dealer then adds two 62mm turbochargers, 46mm wastegates, dual blow-off valves, a vertical-flow intercooler, larger 1000cc injectors, TSS oil pump gears, upgraded heavy-duty half shafts, and an N-Gauge tuning device. All necessary install labor is included.
According to , running the system on just seven to eight pounds of boost will generate around 800 horsepower at the crank. It states that with additional modifications (E85 fuel, fuel delivery upgrades, etc.) the setup can make over 1200 horsepower.
Lebanon makes it clear use of its turbo system will void the warranty on your zero-mile car, and does not provide a warranty of its own. So while you might be buying a brand new car from a dealer, there's no recourse if you push your car too far and blow something up.
And Lebanon doesn't just install kits on new cars, either. Bring in your 2015-2017 Mustang and you too can get the LFP Hellion system installed.
If you want Hellcat-beating performance on the cheap, we don't see a reason why not to consider the LFP Hellion. If you can get past all the no-warranty thing, this may be the Mustang for you.