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The Ford Mustang is back for another generation as its closest competitors hang up their spurs. However, a supercharged Ford Mustang GT is still a presence left only to the aftermarket. Of course, there are solutions for fans who need Hellcat-hunting horsepower figures. Enter Lebanon Ford Performance, the Ohio-based performance group with a budget-friendly supercharger solution for the seventh-gen Mustang GT. 

If the Ford Mustang GT’s factory 486-horsepower threshold isn’t enough for you, Lebanon Ford Performance offers the “best horsepower per dollar deal in the nation”

What’s one of the first things horsepower-hungry American muscle fanatics do when they get their hands on a new Ford Mustang GT, Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack, or Chevrolet Camaro SS? They dream of, if not plan and execute, putting a supercharger on their star-spangled, V8-powered performance car. 

In case you didn’t know, Lebanon Ford Performance (LFP) has a trick up its sleeves. No, we’re not talking about the country on the Eastern Mediterranean Coast. We’re talking about the Ohio-based Ford Performance group. For years now, LFP has been offering supercharged performance packages for the Ford Mustang GT. Now that the seventh-generation, or S650 Mustang, is here, LFP has its attention set on the latest Coyote-powered GT.

Of course, adding a supercharger to a Coyote engine is commonplace. Any cursory internet search will reveal Whipple, Roush, and Edelbrock forced induction kits for Ford’s long-in-tooth 5.0L V8. However, the LFP package will, for $49,995, take a 2024 Ford Mustang GT 300A code and add a 3.0L Whipple supercharger, a 92-mm throttle body, new air filters, and fuel system upgrades. The result? LFP claims the Getrag manual-equipped Mustang GT will produce 810 horsepower and 640 lb-ft of torque.

A supercharged Ford Mustang GT shows off in front of Lebanon Ford Performance in Ohio.
The 2024 Ford Mustang GT 300A LFP kit shows off its Whipple supercharger | Lebanon Ford Performance

That’s an increase of more than 330 horsepower over the stock Ford Mustang GT. Better yet, when you crunch the numbers, the LFP kit adds under $7,000 to the price of the base-model GT. Oh, and the work is covered by a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty. Of course, it’s not all too good-to-be-true savings. 

LFP says customers seeking their dream supercharged Ford Mustang GT will have to fork over extra money to add the package to its 10-speed automatic model or a higher trim. How much extra? Well, it’s nearly double the ask for the GT at $12,000. Still, even with the added expense of fitting the LFP kit to an auto S650 GT, it’s one of the best bang-for-your-buck Mustang performance options around.