How much horsepower does a 2002 ROUSH Mustang have?
With just 24,616 original miles, this 2002 Roush Stage 3 is one of just 141 made, a rare machine with a intercooled, supercharged 4.6 liter V-8 generating a whopping 360 horsepower and 375 lb ft of torque.
How much is a ROUSH Mustang worth?
The total sum for all of this is $50,995, and with the donor car requiring at least $45,695, the out-the-door price for this rare Roush is $96,690, or $1,095 more than a GT500 with the Carbon Fiber Track Package.
How do I know what ROUSH supercharger I have?
Look under the hood. There you will find a second serial number which is on a dedicated plaque specific to that ROUSH Model. The number on this badge is sequential to the number of cars in that specific model only. It will be different than the production serial number.
How much does a Stage 2 ROUSH cost?
Lower Base Package Price: For the 2017 model year, the base price of the ROUSH Stage 2 Mustang package is $10,000, down over $1,000 from the 2016 model.
What is the difference between a ROUSH Stage 1 and Stage 2?
Though Stage I and Stage II come with a set of good looking wheels, the Stage II takes the extra step and outfits those wheels with Continental ExtremeContact Sport Tires. It’s the optional components that really draw people into the Stage II Roush though.
What is the difference between a Roush Stage 1 and Stage 2?
Does Roush Stage 2 have a supercharger?
The ROUSH Phase 2 Supercharger kit builds on the enhanced performance of the Phase 1 supercharger system and boosts the stock 5.0L V8 Ford Mustang GT to an astounding 750 horsepower and 670 pound-feet of torque – a gain of 290 horsepower over the stock engine.
How many Roush Mustangs are made?
2020 Jack Roush Edition Mustang U.S. production is limited to only 60 vehicles – with the number “60” being one of the winningest race cars in Jack’s victorious career. For ROUSH fans around the world, up to 10 will be built internationally.