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If you remember back in 2016, Roush announced their most powerful muscle car at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. But it was only lately that they actually showed us images and details of the so-called P-51 Mustang, packing 727 horsepower (542 kilowatts) under the hood. Now, the P-51 claims to be the company’s most powerful vehicle to date.
Ford Mustang GT’s ability to produce 727 horsepower (564 kW) and 610 pound-feet (827 Newton-metres) of torque comes from Roush’s Phase 2 2.3-liter Eaton TVS supercharger. The 5.0 liter V-8 engine is then complemented by the upgraded half shafts and a coilover suspension paired with 19-inch lightweight alloy wheels and a performance brake package to further aid its overall performance.
The Roush upgrade also comes with an adjustable exhaust system with a customizable sound profile, where owners can tune the exhaust note through the downloadable app on their phones. Owners can choose between a six-speed manual transmission and a six-speed automatic to accompany the huge engine.Read the entire article 2017 Roush P-51 Mustang is their most powerful model ever
Ford Motorsports and Roush Performance have joined hands in assembling a limited edition 2013 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustang, which will be sold at an auction at the SAE Foundation's 25th Anniversary Celebration. Proceeds of the auction will fund SAE's education outreach programs.
The 2013 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustang, a custom silver limited edition, will be powered by a Roush 5.0L Supercharged Engine that features the Ford Racing "Aluminator" long block, providing 625 hp of output and 540 ft-lbs of torque. The 2013 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustang also features Roush tuned suspension, custom SVT GT500 track pack wheels, a customized Roush interior and Roush custom body components.
SAE will hold the live auction during its 25th Anniversary Celebration on May 16, 2012, Wednesday, at Ford Field. For those interested in bidding for this one-of-a-kind vehicle, they may contact Renee Hayes at SAE (724-772-8508) prior to the event. They may also attend the event to participate in the live auction. For those interested in bidding for the car but cannot attend the celebration dinner, they could still participate in the live auction by phone.Read the entire article Roush and Ford unite to build limited edition Mustang for SAE auction
Roush Performance is offering three stages of enhancements for the 2013 Ford Mustangs, each having distinct features. The Stage One kit allows Mustang owners to improve the looks of their vehicles. For the Stage One kit, Mustang owners could get the R6 aerobody package, which includes a remodeled front end, rocker panels and a hood scoop.
It also includes a three-piece rear decklid spoiler, race-inspired diffusers as well as new chrome exhaust tips. The Stage Two kit allows Mustang owners to upgrade the performance of their vehicles. The kit features upgraded suspension components, beefed-up stabilizer bars, twin-tube shocks, improved bushings and rear control arms. These components help eliminate wheel hop during throttle applications. The Stage Two kit also includes 18-inch aluminum wheels with Cooper RS3 ultra-high-performance summer tires.
The Stage Three kit, meanwhile, adds power to the 2013 Mustang. The Stage Three package features a supercharged 5.0-liter Coyote engine that provides 565 hp and 505 lb-ft of torque, making the 2013 Mustang the highest horsepower street-legal Roush Mustang to date. Mustang owners could also opt to customize the interior with a custom gauge cluster, special floor mats and a other features.Read the entire article Roush Performance offers three-stage upgrades for 2013 Ford Mustang
Roush Performance Products is working hard to finish its customized 2012 Ford Focus as the vehicle will be displayed at the 2011 SEMA Show, taking place on November 1-4 in Las Vegas. As expected, Roush took things to extreme and created a new body kit for the car and also brought some improvements to the engine.
As a result, the 2012 Ford Focus comes with a new front bumper with bigger air inlets, new grille, a new front hood, chin splitter, new side sills and custom graphics.
Sherwin-Williams custom matte paint and Ford Genuine Accessories roof spoiler also help it stand apart from the crowd. The design is completed by the new alloy wheels painted in black.Read the entire article 2011 SEMA Preview: Roush Performance Products takes on the Ford Focus
Roush Performance has unveiled the new 2012 Roush Stage 3 (RS3) Mustang, which will be available in limited numbers. Defined as the Hyper-Series, the 2012 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang is powered by a TVS 2.3L ROUSHcharger system that could provide more than 540 hp of output and 465 ft/lbs of torque.
This dynamic powerplant is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and is complemented by a ROUSH-calibrated suspension that lowers the Mustang by nearly an inch while allowing the vehicle to pull more than 1G of lateral force on a dry skid pad. This Hyper-Series is specified with a ROUSH-tuned performance that is responsible for producing an ear-pleasing roar.
Roush Performance is offering four limited edition appearance packages for the 2012 Roush Stage 3 (RS3) Mustang. Gary Jurick, VP and General Manager of ROUSH Performance, quipped that the 2012 RS3 Mustang has been a big seller not just because of its power and handling performance, but also because of the available 288 graphics and paint color combo.Read the entire article 2012 Roush Stage 3 Mustang Hyper-Series vehicle package announced
The tuning experts at Roush have unveiled the Stake 3 kit, or the RS3 package, for the 2012 Ford Mustang. It has only been two months ago that the Stage 1 and Stage 2 kits were introduced but with the Stage 3, tuning has been brought to an extreme level.
The Stage 3 kit was specifically made for the 5.0-liter V8, which has now been fitted with an R2300 ‘ROUSHcharger’ supercharger that pumps up to 12 psi of boost.
The combination of this charger with a new induction system, high-flow exhaust and modified ECU gives a power boost of 540hp and 465 pound-feet (630 Nm) of torque. The package also includes an awesome graphics and appearance package.Read the entire article Roush introduces Stage 3 kit for 2012 Ford Mustang
Roush has prepared a new modification package for the 2011 Mustang that takes a moderate approach to both the appearance and its performance. Named the 2011 Roush Sport Mustang, this package offers an exciting series of visual and tech modifications.
In terms of performance, Roush targeted its suspension, the brakes and the exhaust. Roush didn’t tweak the 5.0 liter V8 engine (except for the exhaust) and it still produces 412 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque.
The car’s exterior has been given a new front fascia with a splitter, a billet grille, side splitters, a reworked rear fascia and a three-piece rear wing. According to the tuning company’s press release, the signal that the 2011 ROUSH Sport Mustang sends out is that it is “no ordinary Mustang.”Read the entire article Roush offers new modification package for the 2011 Mustang
Roush Performance will soon move into its first dedicated headquarters located in Plymouth Township, Michigan. The performance parts developer said that it will operate in a 65,000 square-foot facility that will use the Building 79 name.
Each Roush building gets an exclusive unique serial number as it is entered in the corporate footprint. Gary Jurick, ROUSH Performance vice-president and general manager, said that moving into ROUSH Building 79 is “an exciting step in the evolution of ROUSH Performance as [its] business continues to grow and thrive.”
He added that with this move, the company is able to put together the vehicle build, warehousing, and offices in such a way that improves workflow efficiencies and brings more growth opportunities to the company. He believes that the new location opens up a broad range of possibilities for the company. For instance, Roush is able to expand its growing Install Center for customer-owner vehicle modifications.Read the entire article Roush Performance to move to new headquarters in Plymouth Township, Mich
The tuning specialists at ROUSH have worked their magic on the 2011 5XR Mustang and have raised its output to no less than 525hp and 630 Nm of torque. ROUSH fitted the muscle car with the factory-installed ROUSH charger.
ROUSH will only build 150 units of the 2011 ROUSH 5XR Mustang, with each getting a 3-year/36,000 mile warranty on the powertrain and ROUSH components.
ROUSH is offering the units in coupe and convertible versions and only with a six-speed manual transmission. The tuner gave the car a set of ROUSH 20-inch chrome rims with high-performance Cooper RS3 tires.Read the entire article 2011 Roush 5XR Mustang: official details, photos and specs
The Roush/Superformance Special Edition MKIII-R is what you get when you take the most coveted 1965 licensed reproduction Cobra replica and squeeze in an engine made by a company that has far more Ford wins compared to other manufacturers.
The MKIII-R was originally built to represent the fundamentals of what Roush Performance Engines and Superformance LLC have to offer. The initial plan was to build a one off display car, but the high level of interest afforded the project quickly altered everybody's mind and the vehicle was quickly scheduled for manufacture.
The Special Edition car debuted at the Las Vegas Nevada 2007 SEMA show. The MKIII-R demonstrated to the public what it has always wished to witness the cooperation of two industry leaders to produce the best of both realms, a striking double diamond with the roar of a powerful engine under the hood. A vehicle that is truly pleasurable to every single one of the human senses. The Roush parts will be offered as an upgrade package that will be sold independently from the standard MKIII-R.Read the entire article Roush/Superformance Special Edition MKIII-R revealed
Roush Performance carries on their reverence of the celebrated World War II fighter plane with the model year 2009 P-51B Mustang, the second aviation-themed vehicle from the Michigan-based carmaker. This vehicle, founded on the 2009 Ford Mustang chassis, will be restricted to just 51 numbered production vehicles in the 2009 series. Like the previous 2008 Roush P-51A Mustang, unveiled at the 2007 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the 2009 P-51B will likewise have 510 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. (690 Nm) of torque matching it as the most powerful Roush Mustang ever built.
To generate this of raw power from the Ford 4.6-liter, 3-valve engine, Roush engineers swapped many of the internal mechanisms with sturdier parts including forged aluminum pistons with an amplified dish to decrease the compression ratio from 9.8 to 8.6, forged steel H-Beam connecting rods and a forged steel crankshaft and there is an improved high-capacity fuel delivery system put in place. Roush also improved the clutch and included a customized calibration for the ECM to manage the performance of the next-generation TVS2300 ROUSHcharger.
Amid the changes for the 2009 P-51B are a secondary sheave FEAD, the addition of the Roush 6-piston brakes which can be observed via the new black chrome wheels, and a Roush vent pod gauge with a boost gauge. The vehicle will be equipped with the new Cooper RS3 ultra-high performance rubber, which, united with the ROUSH Stage 3 suspension will produce a road-hugging ride and nearly unparalleled cornering capability.Read the entire article Roush Performance unveils the 2009 P-51B Mustang
Roush Performance, the well-known, Ford tuning firm, unveiled the most current manifestation of its long due 427R package for the Mustang. Getting ahead of many other tuning firms, Roush is making available one of the first performance uprates for the latest 2010 Ford Mustang with three different tuning stages.
Although Roush is keeping a tight lid on most of the details, it offered that its top-of-the-line 427R Mustang will be the first to come with the new ROUSHcharger superchager which increases the power yield of the Mustang's 4.6-liter V8 unit to 435hp (325kW) and 400lb-ft (542Nm) of torque.
This is also the first time that Roush offers a supercharged car at the opening of a new body style. In contrast to previous versions, customers will find many changes in the 2010 427R Mustang.Read the entire article 2010 Roush 427R Mustang breaks cover
Roush revealed today a pair of new 2010 Mustang model, each with 540 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque. The new 2010 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang comes with plenty of goodies such as: resonator exhaust; four-piston front brakes with 14-inch rotors and painted rear calipers with slotted rotors; and the new upper billet grille which removes the fog lamps and streamlines the appearance of the new Mustang while improving cooling performance.
Inside we find Roush leather seats with an embroidered Jack Roush signature, performance pedals, illuminated sill plates and a new interior Stage 3 badge with the car's serial number engraved.
The kit is completed by the 18-inch chrome wheels with high-performance Cooper RS3 tires (optionally 20-inch chrome wheels are available) and by the new suspension package which includes front struts, rear shocks, front and rear springs, front and rear stabilizer bars and jounce bumpers.Read the entire article 2010 ROUSH Stage 3 and 540RH Mustangs revealed
Only 103 units will be produced of the 2010 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang, which reclaims its position on top of the hierarchy of Jack Roush's lineup. That means you have to make your decision on whether to buy the car quickly. Here are the details you need to help you out.
This vehicle is capable of 540hp and 510 lb-ft and is fully-loaded with the ROUSH body components; resonator exhaust; four-piston front brakes with 14-inch rotors and painted rear calipers with slotted rotors. It has a new upper billet grille which removes the fog lamps and streamlines the appearance of the new Mustang while improving cooling performance.
Inside, you will get ROUSH leather seats with an embroidered Jack Roush signature; four-piece performance pedals; ROUSH illuminated sill plates; short throw shifter with black or white ball; and a new interior Stage 3 badge with the car's serial number engraved.Read the entire article Photo update: 2010 Roush Stage 3 Mustang
For the first time ever, Carroll Shelby and Jack Roush met with Ford Motor Company in order to design and produce a new car based on the 2011 Mustang and inspired by the SR-71 Blackbird, the long-range reconnaissance USAF aircraft built by Lockheed Martin.
The SR-71 Mustang (S for Shelby, R for Roush) is currently being built at the Roush plant in Livonia, Michigan, with the participation and input of all parties involved.
The new vehicle will carry the impressive 5.0-lite Ti-VCT V8 engine with a 2.3-liter Whipple Twin Screw Supercharger with Ford Racing calibration and Roush intake, a Ford Racing Handling Pack and tuned exhaust and tips, SVT Track Pack wheels in custom paint (19-inch in front, 20-inch in rear) and a new glass roof with unique graphic treatment.Read the entire article 2011 Ford Mustang SR-71 by Roush Performance and Shelby
Although ROUSH Performance have consistently led the high-performance parts business this is their first time to have reached a really advanced state of developing packages for a new car model.
ROUSH will be offering a variety of 35 parts for the latest 2010 Ford Mustang beginning early next month and at about the same time the vehicle will be seeing deliveries in Ford dealerships.
The company expresses pride in the speed at which their design teams have come up with the parts that not only make the Ford Mustang look better but also perform better.Read the entire article Roush teases us with their latest 2010 Ford Mustang
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