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Hellion Single Turbo - Complete Kit (96-04 GT)

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  • Complete Kit
  • Single Turbo
  • Turbonetics 62mm Turbo
  • 350 to 850 Horsepower
  • Retains the A/C and Other Accessories
  • Turbonetics 1 Year Unconditional Warranty
  • Fits 1996 to 2004 GT Mustangs
More Horsepower! The stock 1996 to 2004 4.6L GT Mustangs came with a respectable 260 Horsepower and 302 lb/ft of Torque from the factory, but after installing a Hellion Single Turbo Kit you will be planting a ground pounding 350 to 850 Horsepower to the pavement (depending on custom tuning and fuel upgrades).

Complete Kit. The Hellion Mustang Single Turbo Kit comes with a Turbonetics 62mm Turbo, injectors, programmer with base tune installed, and all the required parts and hardware needed to upgrade your mild manner pony to a wild snarling beast.

Retains A/C. The Hellion Turbocharger system is designed to retain the factory air conditioning, A/C lines, and accessories for complete driver comfort.

Application. This Hellion Single Turbo Kit is specifically designed for use on the 1996 to 2004 GT Mustangs equipped with the 4.6L V8 engine, excludes Bullitt model.

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Please Note: Hellion Supercharger Systems are built to order for our customers and accordingly, we require you to submit additional information about your vehicle using this form. Because of this there can be a 5 to 7 day lead time on orders once your information is received.

Fitment: 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • (1) Turbonetics 62mm Turbo
  • (1) Turbosmart Ultragate wastegate
  • (1) bar and plate intercooler 24x6x3
  • (1) mass air meter
  • (1) mass air meter adapter flange, hardware
  • (1) k-member, a-arms and coil over kit
  • (1) Mitsubishi bypass valve
  • (1) main turbo inlet pipe
  • (1) crossover pipe
  • (1) downpipe
  • (1) exhaust double barrel
  • (1) cat or straight pipe
  • (1) y-pipe
  • (1) small wastegate pipe
  • (1) intercooler pipe 1
  • (1) intercooler pipe 2
  • (1) intercooler pipe 3
  • (1) boost inlet pipe/polished
  • (1) radiator hose 1 5/8 polished
  • (1) turbo 4" inlet pipe/polished
  • (1) turbo support bracket
  • (1) intercooler support bracket
  • (1) coolant can support rod and nut
  • (2) ps line splices 3/8"
  • (1) ps line hose 10"each/28 ft
  • (4) ps line high pressure clamps 3/8"
  • (1) oil feed line 47" #4
  • (2) 1/8 pipe to #4 90 degree fitting
  • (2) 2 inch hose clamps for radiator hose
  • (4) 3/4 inch hose clamps/idle hoses
  • (1) breather hose 5/8" x 20 "
  • (4) 5/8 breather hose clamps
  • (4) 4 to 4.5 inch hose clamps
  • (4) bypass hose clamps
  • (2) metric stainless bolts for wastegate
  • (2) 5/16 stainless bolts for wastegate 1" long
  • (1) metric bolt for turbo support bracket/38mm long
  • (1) metric bolt for turbo support bracket/35mm long
  • (2) metric bolts from intercooler to radiator support
  • (4) washers for metric bolts
  • (1) 1/4 x 3/4 bolt ps line cooler bracket
  • (2) 1/ 4x 3/4 bolt for elec box relocation
  • (3) 1/4 inch nylock nuts
  • (6) 1/4 inch washers
  • (1) Adel clamp for a/c line 5/16" hole
  • (1) 5/16 x1/2 bolt to secure Adel clamp to boost hose
  • (1) 5/16 inch washer
  • (2) Metric bolts for oil drain to turbo
  • (2) washers for oil drain
  • (4) 3/8 x 1 1/2 bolts, nuts, and washers for turbo to turbine inlet
  • (2) 3/8 x 1 3/4 bolts and washers for crossover connection
  • (3) 3 inch torque clamps for exhaust
  • (1) rubber dog bone 1.75" center to center
  • (1) hanger for exhaust
  • (4) 3/8 x 2.5 bolts, nuts, and washers for y-pipe to mufflers
  • (2) turbo bracket spacers aluminum
  • (3) 5/16 x 3/4 bolts, nuts, and washers for intercooler support bracket, exhaust hanger
  • (1) #10 straight hose fitting
  • (1) #10 90 degree hose fitting
  • (1) #10 line, steel braided, 1 foot
  • (1) 3/8 to #10 oil return fitting
  • (10) 2.5" stainless T-bolt clamps
  • (2) 3 inch stainless T-bolt clamps
  • (1) 3 inch v-band clamp for turbo outlet
  • (8) NGK Spark plugs
  • (1) 4"/3.5" long silicone hose piece
  • (1) 4"/2" long silicone hose pieces
  • (5) 2.5 inch silicone hose pieces 3" long
  • (1) 3 inch silicone hose piece 3" long
  • (2) 1 3/8" x 2.5 silicone hose pieces
  • (1) 3 ft 7/32 vacuum line for bypass
  • (1) brass tee
  • (1) Turbo oil outlet flange
  • (1) #10 Turbo oil outlet extension fitting
  • (1) Turbocharger heat shield
  • (1) 1 5/8 inch clamp for wastegate tube
  • (1) punch for oil pan
  • (1) K and N air filter
  • (1) heat wrap roll
  • (2) stainless fan heat shields 6x3
  • (2) stainless heat shields for steering boots 4x5
  • (8) metal zip ties
  • (10) zip ties for ps hose retention
Installation Info
Tech Specs
  • Complete Kit - includes injectors and programmer with base tune
  • Turbonetics 62mm Turbo
  • Passenger Side Mount
  • Retains the A/C and other accessories
  • Professional Installation Recommended
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

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How much horsepower is the base tune putting out? What other accessories will i need to get around 500 hp out of this turbo?

WayneG Year: 2004 Model: GT

  • Your pony came from the factory with right around 230rwhp. Unfortunately the 1999-2004 stock mustang interals will max out right around 450rwhp. To daily drive, 400rwhp is the max. After that you will be killing her quick. You will need upgraded internals, along with frame upgrades such as torque box plates, and ofcourse subframe connectors. This will ensure your 500hp monster modular motor doesnt twist your frame.As as side note, the stock 1999-2004 mustang block itself is good for 1000rwhp. Once your longblock is upgraded for boost, 500rwhp will be easily obtainable.

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    Whipplegod Year: 2003 Model: Cobra

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What accessories are needed on the top end? I have a stock block w/ stock crank and forged rotating assembly (99' gt) shooting for 500-550hp (limited by cast crank obviously). Can I use my stock PI heads,cams,intake etc. with this kit?

PrestonD Year: 1999 Model: GT

  • If you have fully forged internals (aside from the crank) then the motor will handle up to 600rwhp comfortably. You can use your stock heads up to about 450-500. If you upgrade your heads with a set of stainless steel valves and brass valve guides along with stage 3-5 springs, you will be set up for success. You can use your stock cams and have no trouble what so ever. If you want to upgrade them that would be great to. But you can only go up to about a stage 2 turbo cam with notching your pistons. Stage 1 turbo cams would be a great upgrade without any problems. The stock intake will be alright but in my own opinion I would upgrade it to a typhoon intake or the edelbrock victor jr you will need to upgrade your fuel rails. BBK high flow fuel rails. When and if you get this kit, if you want to get all the power you can you need to upgrade to the SVT ford focus 255lph fuel pump and that will get you to where you want to be on HP. Of course you are going to need a Boost-a-pump. You will also need 42lb-60lb injectors. Any other questions just post them.

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    Mortarman Year: 2004 Model: GT Top 250 Contributor

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I have a 98 GT 2v SOHC with less than 100K basic bolt-ons and I was wondering what do i need to add so it doesn't blow the motor?

TheKid Year: 1998 Model: GT

  • It's always a good idea to upgrade your bottom end. Too many people go buck-wild adding top-end power and forget about the block/rotating assembly. I would look into a block capable of handling more HP than you plan on throwing at the car. Your local machine shop should be able to let you know what they recommend you do to "bullet-proof" it if you want to add the power without sacrificing reliability! Get a higher HP rated clutch or you'll see problems there too... I would go to your local Machine Shop and ask what they would recommend. I think Nitrous has a higher probability of "blowing the motor" than a single Turbo kit...make sure to use an intercooler and get a gauge kit to monitor your pony! Lastly, if you're pushing more air IN via forced induction, make sure you have the equipment to let air OUT. I'm referencing headers, high flow cats and exhaust. You said you have some basic bolt-ons so you may have that covered... Read the instructions thoroughly and ensure you have the turbo manufacturer's recommended spark plugs and I would also get a set of 60,000v coils too. Hope that helps!

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    Stacie Year: 1999 Model: GT Top 1000 Contributor

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Overall Rating 5.0

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Installation Time:Weekend

  • Performance Gain 5 5
  • Fit 5 5
  • Bang For Your Buck 5 5

  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    December 20, 2012

    Hellion Single Turbo

    I needed more hp so i searched for a good power gainer. And i found out that this turbo gave me alot of hp gain. I got it dynoed ant tuned and it gave me and extra 50 hp. Highly recomended.


    Year: 2004 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Irmo, SC, USA

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