Roush Performance has announced plans to introduce a full line of accessories for the upcoming 2010 Ford Mustang including a supercharger that produces 445hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
Roush Performance has announced plans to introduce a full line of accessories for the upcoming 2010 Ford Mustang. By the time the new Mustang starts arriving at dealerships, the company will have a total of 35 different parts available with even more on the way.
According to Jack Roush "Ford has created a beautiful new car, and with the addition of the Roush parts an owner can have a vehicle that performs just as nice as it looks."
To that end the company will offer the ROUSHcharger, a supercharger that bumps the output of the Mustang GT's mediocre 4.6-liter V8 from 315hp and 325 lb-ft of torque to an impressive 445 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Roush is quick to point out that unlike many aftermarket systems, installation of the supercharger will not void Ford's factory warranty.
Some of the other parts that will be available when the Mustang launches are sport suspensions, brake kits, new exhaust systems, lowering springs, interior accessories, and the obligatory wheel and tire packages. Later on Roush will introduce a non-calibrated version of the R2300 ROUSHcharger as well as a variety of body kits and components.
For Roush fans that don't want to do the work themselves, the company will introduce their fifth generation of the Roush Mustang on March 18.