Calling at Hellion Mustang Owners

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What type of mpg are y’all getting with the hellion turbo kit and is it your daily?





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That's going to depend on how much time they spend off-boost.
 

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Yea boost hits will be biggest impact. Otherwise I'd expect similar to stick given high compression stock engines. Unless they greatly adjust the off boost tune to reduce/remove valve overlap in the cams
 
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These threads are so stupid. You’re dropping 10k on a 800ho kit and you’re worried about mpg? If that’s even something your concerned about, you probably shouldn’t be buying a twin turbo kit
Correction I dropped 10k on a kit just wanted to compare my numbers to others no need to be toxic
 

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These threads are so stupid. You’re dropping 10k on a 800ho kit and you’re worried about mpg? If that’s even something your concerned about, you probably shouldn’t be buying a twin turbo kit
Continual costs are a valid consideration after an initial purchase. The conversation is even more important because it can lead him and others to the best choices.
 

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Continual costs are a valid consideration after an initial purchase. The conversation is even more important because it can lead him and others to the best choices.
Exactly...like the time i did all this math and figured an LS swap into my jeep would pay me back in MPG alone after only 375k miles lol
 

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Exactly...like the time i did all this math and figured an LS swap into my jeep would pay me back in MPG alone after only 375k miles lol
I get 8mpg in my F150 and I still only have 260hp. There probably should have been a few more conversations before I started modding my truck, lol.
 

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I only use E85 and I get maybe 11mpg city and 15mph highway.

But I'm always on a drag radial on 16 psi so that isn't helping lol.
 

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Boosted cars especially on E85 news flash the MPGs going to suck.

2nd. If you are boosted and not on E85 well then.......... LOL
 

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Boosted cars especially on E85 news flash the MPGs going to suck.

2nd. If you are boosted and not on E85 well then.......... LOL
You do realize there are large areas of the country where there is not easy access to E85....
 

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Ya think? Sucks to live in them areas or have to buy racegas.

Being handcuffed to 93 at best would suck.

I get it MPG maybe a factor for some people in deciding what power adder to use but it def shouldnt be a deal breaker.
 

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