Hennessey Twin-Turbo/Supercharged Ford GT On Dyno: Video

The Ford GT was introduced in 2004 and was Ford’s reinterpretation of the GT40 from the 1960s. Powering the mid-engined GT was a supercharged 5.4L V8 producing 550 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque.

Hennessey Performance Engineering decided to take the already-collectible Ford GT and almost double its horsepower. By upgrading the Ford GT’s supercharger, adding twin 67 mm ball bearing turbos, installing a stainless steel turbo exhaust, and a host of other upgrades, the Texas tuning company was able to squeeze 1000 horses out of the sports car.

Thanks to the below video, we’re now able to hear a modified Ford GT with the HPE1000 package as it gets tested on a dyno. While it doesn’t quite put down 1,000 hp – the results indicate 853 hp and 678 lb-ft of torque – the sound the car makes from the twin-turbo and supercharger setup is worth a minute of your time.



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