Here's What Happens When You Slap a Twin-Turbo Kit Onto a Voodoo Engine

We didn't think the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350's engine could get any more ferocious. Then we heard this 1350-horsepower beast.

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Fathouse Fabrications

Update 1/25/2018: This article has been updated with video of an even more extreme version of Fathouse Fabrication's twin-turbo Mustang Shelby GT350 setup, along with build pictures and a description of the modifications made to the car. Enjoy.

The 5.2-liter "Voodoo" V8 found in the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is one of the most exotic engines you can currently buy. But if having a flat-plane crankshaft and an 8250-RPM redline just isn't enough for you, a company called Fathouse Fabrications of Martinsville, Indiana offers a twin turbo kit that puts out 1348 horsepower to the wheels.

Among the upgrades done to Fathouse's top-tier performance package for the GT350 Mustang include forged engine internals, a beefed-up twin-disc clutch, a Motec ECU, custom intake and exhaust piping, stronger axles, and a carbon fiber driveshaft. There's also an upgraded oil pump, a thicker intercooler, and three fuel pumps to handle all that extra power. The shop sent us a ton of pictures documenting its build process, including photos of the custom exhaust needed to fit the turbochargers, which are mounted next to the transmission under the car.

Of course, the real treat here is the sound. Combining this many upgrades with the Voodoo's already-wonderful setup makes for one hell of a noise. Check out the shop's latest dyno video below, and please, turn the volume up.

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