Making big power without breaking the law is getting harder each day. With ever-tightening pollution laws, manufacturers are forced to encrypt engine software and put hurdles in the path of the aftermarket. It takes reverse engineering and dedication to make new cars faster, and that is how Hennessey has unleashed the Venom 1000 Shelby GT500.
Gas prices are creeping back up, so let’s help American farmers. E-85 is moonshine with a splash of 93 octane to keep us from drinking it. Aside from keeping your intake clean, it quenches the heat generated by a supercharger. So after a new fuel system, the blower receives a healthy intercooler upgrade. The hub, pulleys and drive belts are all upgraded to push more boost, and a catch can is added to the PCV. Being able to distinguish between 93 octanes and ethanol, you will have 1,000 horsepower and 850 lb-ft of torque. Each car is tuned on the street for 200 miles and backed by a 3-year/36k warranty. Click the button for all the details and stay with us for more wild Hennessey builds.