Last year Hellion announced their single turbo system for the 2011+ Mustang 5.0, offering up over 600 horsepower on 6 psi or as much as 950 horsepower with the boost dialed up. The go-fast guys over at Blow-By Racing proved the system’s worth, putting down 953 rwhp on the dyno at 5.0 Mustang & Super Ford’s “King of the Street” competition.

Now Hellion is back again with a new setup for the the Mustang 5.0, this time a twin-turbo package. Dubbed the “Eliminator”, the system features dual Precision billet 62mm turbos, twin Turbosmart 4mm wastegates, twin Turbosmart Vee port bypass valves, a large vertical flow dual inlet intercooler, stainless 4-to-1 headers and dual 3-inch downpipes. Hellion claims the system produces 618 rwhp on just 5.8 psi of boost, besting the performance of their own single turbo system, or 685 rwhp on 8.5 psi. The company says the twin-turbos are capable of making up to 1200 rwhp on a fully-built motor.

Hellion Twin-Turbo Mustang 5.0 System Features:

Twin Precision billet 62mm turbos. (V-band inlet for easy installation)
Twin Turbosmart 40 mm wastegates (V-band inlet for easy installation)
Twin Turbosmart VEE port bypass valves
Stainless 4 into 1 tubular headers, all American made stainless piping
Large vertical flow dual inlet intercooler
Dual 3″ downpipes (can connect to factory exhaust if desired)

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