2006 Hennessey Twin Turbo and Supercharged GT with under 11,000 Miles


Mpinelli24

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Mark II Lifetime
May 17, 2017
25
Chicago
Four Option Stripe Delete, great shape, brand new tires- not mounted. HRC wheels. Dynoed over 1,000 HP. Air Bag Recalls complete. PPI done by the Ford guys when I purchased 3 years ago. So much fun to drive!! Tires on the car are in great shape, just out of date so new ones were ordered, took a year to get them. Ceramic coat done, no issues

I do not have the original rims
I do not have any other spare parts
I have the new side stripes
No accidents, clean title

$295,000
 

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fjpikul

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Jan 4, 2006
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Belleville, IL
Stripe delete?
 

extrap

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Yeah, were the over-the-top stripes added? I thought "stripe delete" referred to no stripes over the top, but I could be wrong.

Ohhh, or are you just saying you removed the side stripes but have new ones so they could be put back on?

Love the wheels. Would like to have 'em (y) :cool:🍻
 

Mpinelli24

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Sorry, I might have the terms wrong, I just took off side ones, I have new ones. It was stock with all the stripes
 
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extrap

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Not to derail your thread, but I've never looked into a turbo'd supercharged engine. I supposed it's forcing air into a compressor?? :cool:
 

Mpinelli24

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Chicago
Yes, The driveability is awesome, super streetable. The supercharger does hold it back on the way top end though from just a twin turbo car without it.
 
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nota4re

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Not to derail your thread, but I've never looked into a turbo'd supercharged engine. I supposed it's forcing air into a compressor??
Hennessey sold this package back in the day. The idea is that twin turbos really don't get up to boost until about 3500-4000 rpm and this is where the supercharger can really help. At the very high end, the SC becomes more of a liability because the turbos are now at full steam, yet there is HP being lost from the spinning of the SC. Non-trivial HP. But for a mostly street-driven car (YEOWW!), this combination was a helluva package.

OP, GLWS.