The ROUSHcharger For 2005+ Stangs!

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Most of you know we love the supercharger and it goes well with a Mustang if done right. Well, Roush has done it right with the introduction of the ROUSHcharger as they at Roush like to call it. At this year's 2005 SEMA Show Roush Performance Products (RPP) introduced the 4.6-liter, 3-valve Mustang ROUSHcharger for the 2005 Ford Mustang GT.

Roush engineers have developed a Roots-type ROUSHcharger and companion aluminum intake manifold that generates approximately 5 psi of boost. The package includes a large, free-flowing air-to-water intercooler used to cool and condense the ROUSHcharger’s intake air for added performance.

Additional features of the system include a larger fresh air inlet, low-restriction air filter, large diameter clean air tube, a single-belt drive system for the ROUSHcharger and all engine accessories, intercooler heat exchanger and pump, and a unique Roush supercharged calibration.

When equipped with high-flow fuel injectors and lower-heat-range spark plugs are also included in the fully integrated package, the ROUSHcharger produces 430 horsepower at 6,300 rpm and 385 foot-pounds of torque at 4,500 rpm.

As with all Roush powertrain offerings, the ROUSHcharger is backed by an industry-leading 3-year or 36,000 mile warranty that includes coverage on all ROUSHcharger components, as well as the vehicle’s drivetrain components, including: engine, transmission and rear axle. The ROUSHcharger was also designed for easy installation.


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