For Ford Mustang fans looking to amp up their ride, the wait is over. Roush Performance's stunning supercharger kit, boosting your 2022-2023 Mustang GT to a jaw-dropping 750 horsepower, is now street legal across the U.S.
A Nationwide Nod to Muscle Car Enthusiasts
Introduced in March, Roush's Stage 2 supercharger kit initially faced regulatory hurdles. But now, with all approvals in hand, this high-performance upgrade is available no matter where you are in the States. Priced at $8,799.99, it's the perfect answer for those seeking Shelby GT500 thrills without the second-hand price tag.
Engineered for Excellence
The kit, compatible with the Mustang GT's 5.0-liter Coyote V8 (excluding Mach 1 and Bullitt models), features an Eaton TVS RS2650 supercharger. Its four-lobe rotor design and 14 pounds of boost are complemented by a new radiator and tailored software, ensuring the V8 performs flawlessly.
Out of the box, the Mustang GT rolls out 450 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque. Roush's kit elevates these figures to a staggering 750 hp and 670 lb-ft on 93-octane fuel, promising a complete transformation in driving dynamics.
Installation and Assurance
Taking about 16 hours to install, the kit comes with a reassuring 3-year/36,000-mile warranty when fitted by a Ford dealer or an ASE-certified technician.
A Word of Caution
While the supercharger kit is enticing, potential buyers should consider pairing it with a robust aftermarket braking system. This is essential for handling the immense power safely. Though Roush doesn't offer individual brake upgrades for the Mustang, there are plenty of reputable aftermarket options.