750HP Mustang GT: Get It For Under $50K!

Extra 260 lb-ft Torque w/ Supercharger Kit

Roush’s new supercharger package pledges to provide a 300HP and 260 lb-ft of torque boost for the 2022 and 2023 Ford Mustang GT versions, in comparison to the customary model.

These figures are absolutely huge and will significantly enhance the performance of a regular Mustang GT featuring a 5.0-liter V8 to an extraordinary 750 horsepower. To warrant that this alteration is carried out correctly, Roush also provides a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty should the installation be handled by an ASE certified technician. The foundation of the design lies within Eaton’s TVS R2650 supercharger, as it has the potential to create up to 14 pounds per square inch of boost pressure. In order to safely manage the extra heat generated from the addition, an altered radiator is added too.

The kit is incompatible with Mach1, Bullitt, or GT350 styles. People who live in California must forget about it as it has been made illegal there. Furthermore, getting this may not be the best idea, seeing as how police in California are notoriously strict when it comes to loud automobiles.

The reasoning behind this limited availability for 2022/2023 models specifically is because Roush has developed a hydrocarbon trap that captures emissions in the induction system along with custom software tuning to comply with Tier 3 standards on Mustang vehicles.

“The car can still run on regular fuel with this kit, but it is optimized for 93 octane gas. Roush claims that the kit has been ‘engineered for durability with oversized bearings and timing gears’ in order to ensure ‘longevity and reliability whether you’re driving on the highway or taking it to the track.’

Roush states that the installation of this is an advanced procedure requiring 16 hours to complete, hence adding to the expense of the $8,799.99 kit. Fortunately, with its strong association with Ford, many dealerships are equipped to install the supercharger effectively.

Yet again, Roush has come through with a noteworthy upgrade to the Coyote engine. This marks yet another significant advancement for this powerplant.

Beginning at $38,345, the Mustang GT offers a veritable performance deal with an extraordinary 450 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. Even with dealer markups taken into consideration, one can still obtain a car with 750 horsepower for just under $50K, when labor charges ($130/hour on average) and kit cost are factored in.

Upgrading tires and brakes to the bare minimum is something that ought to be considered if you’re making a dramatic power alteration. MagnetRide suspensions from Roush are also tempting to consider.

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