ROUSH Mustang Build Airing on Spike TV this Weekend

HorsepowerTV377x283Finished As we informed you earlier, Horsepower TV has turned a Ford Mustang GT into a ROUSH® Mustang and filmed the steps of the parts installation. The hosts, Joe and Mike, used a 2010 Red Candy Metallic convertible and added nearly all the ROUSH® components that could possibly fit.

The show is scheduled to air this weekend on SPIKE television, but the times are different than you might expect. Check your local listings, but we expect the broadcast to air on Saturday, June 5 at 11:38 a.m. (Eastern/Pacific) and on Sunday, June 6 at 10:45 a.m. (Eastern/Pacific). A re-broadcast is slated for August 21 and 22.

Click here for a list of components installed on this ROUSH® conversion.

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ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance, a division of Roush Enterprises, designs, engineers and manufactures completely assembled pre-titled vehicles, aftermarket performance parts, and superchargers for the global performance enthusiast market. Based in Plymouth Township, Michigan, ROUSH Performance was founded in 1995 by motorsports legend Jack Roush.

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  • dave word
    dave word

    have watched your shows for some and was always wondering when a conversion is done, what becomes of the vehicle once completed such as the mustang GT conversion to Roush mustang? are these units ever sold or auctioned or do they belong to individuals already?
    thanks,
    love the shows
    Dave in Nebraska
    ROUSH: Dave, those Horsepower vehicles come back to ROUSH for an inspection of the work and then they are used in our demo fleet. Eventually, they will be sold to a dealer and end up in a happy customer's garage.

  • Bruce Walz

    Spike TV did an awesome job of showing the ease of bolting performance parts onto the new Mustang. There's no replacement in life than having all the horsepower under your right foot than to be able to smash to the floor and smoked the tires. Though I've been in a wheelchair for the past 25 years, my newest project is a completely wheelchair accessible Ford Windstar with a 3.8 supercharged engine that's nearing completion. Feel free to check out my website: http:\www.windstar-sc.com and though my website needs updated, hopefully I'll have the van done in the next few months.
    The "Blue Oval" is a best-selling muscle car for the past 47 years and counting until eternity!
    Bruce Walz
    Northern Arizona

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