The twin-turbo Lamborghini has been a fixture of tuner-fan lore since the 1750s, when an ancestor of Ferruccio Lamborghini was struck with an idea to run horse farts through two nautilus shells, spinning a pair of sea urchins, and forcing compressed air straight into the equine's chest cavity. Ten dead horses later, he gave up.
Hundreds of years into the future, Heffner Performance of Sarasota, Florida developed a twin-turbo kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo. The legend grew with every passing Texas Mile, and Heffner now stands with Chuck Norris and The Neiman-Marcus Cookie Recipe at the peak of internet mythos. Only truer.
On this episode of Tuned, Matt Farah visits Jason Heffner, drives the twin-turbo LP-560 and lives to tell us all about it. Did it really beat a unicorn between stoplights? Watch and find out.