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News Roush Ford Raptor, Ford Mustang Supercharger Make Headlines This Week

Roush Ford Raptor, Ford Mustang Supercharger Make Headlines This Week

Roush will be offering a supercharger kit for the Ford Mustang GT and also unveiled a new and highly-modified Ford Raptor this week.


Tuning specialist Roush made headlines this week first by announcing a partnership with Ford to offer a legitimate supercharger kit for the Mustang GT. Then, Roush unveiled a modified Ford Raptor that could survive a zombie apocalypse.


Roush Supercharger Pushes Ford Mustang GT Output to 700 Horsepower

Ford Performance Supercharger
Ford Performance Supercharger Kit | Photo: Ford

A supercharger kit for the Ford Mustang GT has been in the works for a while now, but it took a year for the product to officially arrive on the market.

Announced last week, the Roush Supercharger kit boosts your Mustang GT’s output to 700 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque for less than $10,000.

Approved by Ford, the supercharger kit is also covered by Ford’s warranty and can be installed at a Ford dealership. The Roush Supercharger is slated to cost $7,699 and will be covered buy the full 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty.

Read more about the Roush Ford Mustang Supercharger kit.

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Roush Unveils Faster, Meaner Ford Raptor Truck

Roush Ford Raptor
Roush Ford Raptor

Roush Performance is no stranger to the Ford Raptor. The engine and tuning specialist unveiled its most recent creation last week, a very mean-looking and very fast modified Ford Raptor.

Based on the current-generation F-150 Raptor, the 2019 Roush Raptor.

The stock wheels are replaced by 20-inch black wheels with 35-inch BF Goodrich all-terrain tires, the overall design is made more agressive by a massive body kit, and the base 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine can be paired with a new axle-back exhaust system for a sound that matches the agressive looks of the Roush Ford Raptor.

Roush plans to add what it calls the “Performance Pac” to the options list which would include a 3.0-inch exhaust, a cold air intake, and a new ECU.

What hasn’t changed this modified Ford Raptor are the standard Fox shocks and overall suspension setup. The Roush kit adds roughly $13,000 to the price of the Raptor.

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