Lebanon Ford Performance is offering a twin-turbo upgrade for the Mustang GT that gives the pony car up to 2,000 horsepower.
Lebanon is a weird name. First of all, there’s half a dozen Lebanon’s across the US, and of course there’s the actual country of Lebanon in the Middle East. But nestled in the rolling hills of Ohio is one particular Lebanon that is home to Lebanon Ford Performance, a Ford dealership that specializes in offering Mustangs that have been tuned to the nines.
We have Motor1 to thank for pointing us to their latest creation, the Lebanon Performance Parts Street Sleeper Twin Turbo Mustang GT.
The Mustang GT is already a fabulous car. It’s 5.0-L Coyote V8 puts down 460 hp and 420 lb-ft without much effort. Being naturally aspirated means that the engine is lacking something that might give it a little more power, that of course being forced induction.
For most Mustangs, superchargers are the usual course of action, and Lebanon Ford Performance (LFP) can certainly provide you with a supercharged Mustang GT. But the Twin Turbo Sleeper sticks with its namesake of sporting twin-turbos from Hellion Performance.
Also in keeping with the name, it’s very hard to tell that the Mustang has been modified. The car uses the same airbox as it was born with and mounts the turbos underneath the engine, which means unless you get underneath the car you’ll never be able to tell that this is anything but a stock Mustang GT.
LFP is a little bit shaky on the details when it comes to how much more power these twin-turbos will net you. They quote 800 hp on “low boost”, but then say that they can easily get 1,000 crank horsepower, and then later on say that the system is capable of 2,000 horsepower. We’re thinking that while the system is technically capable of 2,000 hp, it’s probably not capable of producing that much oomph for very long.
You can get your own Sleeper Mustang GT for the price of $39,995, which includes the cost of a brand new base Mustang GT straight from Ford as well as the installation and tuning of your twin-turbo monster. If you’ve already got a 2018 Mustang GT, you can get the upgrade installed for $6,395.00.